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PACE nc.irr BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1M* Kc stills Of B.T.C. 6dConsolation OM Ol M \>\ isi Ml 3rd 4tn I *>tll :ih 8lh nth 10th illh ISlh 19th 141li lV.ii Itth 17th Itth 10lh 20th 21 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 21th 28th 2th 30th 2nd 3rU 4th ttk 6th 7th 8th mil 10th nth 12th 18th 14th 15lh 16lh 17th 18th 18th 20th 21st 21r.d 23ni Mlh 2Sth 261 h 27th 28th 28th 30th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 3th 6th :th 8th ttth 10th Uth 12lh 13th 14th 13th ieth 17th 18th Ibth 20th 21>t 22nd 23rd 24th 23th 26tli 27th 28th 291 h 30th 6th 7th tith 8th 10th nth ih ISrh 14th 13th 16th 17th 18th Wh 20th 21st 22ml 23rri 24 th 2Stli 26th 271h 28th 29th 30th 7387 1742 7104 0171 4937 3409 7386 8478 MM 2064 4805 8844 4499 3238 '.-,... 0081. 1420 5737 5288 0147 M15 7746 1317 mi tin 7766 4999 7678 1382 fl.8ft 0108 2178 5742 6854 5528 4280 2390 1381 6601 5008 •til 9657 5223 222 T nil 6367 4018 0752 8687 4213 5960 1974 8381 1234 4913 8402 5839 0898 1680 5798 MOTH H48K 7550 7953 9154 1888 2424 3768 0342 0032 6461 0431 1044 1005 WOO 3967 2781 0053 144' 3229 3464 3177 15)2 8834 8428 9499 1988 0779 2334 8261 11218 %  1TB 4248 (JB30 1972 5540 toot K394 4298 9432 7698 WO 8892 6703 7179 2813 3476 6542 3468 5892 2009 2613 7569 4859 0370 7743 9576 8231 8246 5010 0350 0702 (I3H.7 3480 6323 2856 2204 5629 3882 4710 7772 3037 7284 8301 ittack —it lasted hour—took no -tump* wstrn KENNETH INCE. rxtriliM Uft. gst* on* past go-l liwp^r Albert Wrath-ihrad i ticmatch at thf Aquatic Club yWrday afternoon The ball is Just sntriii|[ th* $140.00 100.00 80.00 60.00 50. OC 30.00 20.00 20.01 20 (Mi 20 00 H M! 10.00 10.00 I IO.OOI 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00) 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10 00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.on $730.00 B'dos Team For 1st Test Selected 7149 3326 m i 7317 3048 MM 5617 3496 6723 6306 MM 9535 9195 9862 1321 4870 7657 8002 0429 6837 0752 3715 4513 9657 0677 6592 4795 5907 4323 4088 8132 Cili'i 136b 4081 4609 6141 0203 7494 5520 3992 9294 mm MM .o'.r, 4076 6000 6913 2466 4534 B941 MM 1747 9312 9867 5234 3300 1731 $140 00 100.00 80.00 60.00 50.00 30.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 10 00 10 on 10.00 10.00 10.oo 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 1000 10.00 to.on 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.oo 10.00 $140.00 mo "' 80.00 60 Ot' 30 Oil 30 00 %  'II !>l20 00 20 IH) 20.00 2 10.00 10.00 io M 10.00 10 00 10 UK L9.M Ml OH 10.00 10 M 10.00 II' (Ml 10 00 HI on 1(1 00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 The Water Polo tMm which will represent Barbados stain** Trtnidud in the first test mn^h was selected yesterday aftemqpn at a meeting of the Selection Committee The team ir— Paul IMM> (Jpnl). Tim YoorrlMI back). "Boo" Patterson (titpt %  centre back). George Maclean (left bark), licolTr right wing). Kenneth Ino laOtn forward). Delbrrt Ban sler (lefi wing) 1—gfWm BmQ Brooks. Albert W.-,itheihead. Hilly Manning Evelyn and Oernld Jordan The U.d,t-s tram Sfffl M un rum nce<1 after the practtcv BUBMJ 1 The Ti iiii.Li.. teams are due V arrive ita Thursday Novcntliei 23rd and the first test will be played the night of their arrival imilri Boodlltnt conditions. Ttie •icoml lest will be played Friday night and the third test Saturday afternoon. On Sumluv morning the Tnmdint team play Snappem. this year's winners and there will als •ome aquatic event:, after which %  ps and prim will be prt Yoaierday afternoon at the Bartiadoi AqtMrtk Club, Team 'A" (which turned out to l>e (li> island side (or the Mr*, teal) defeated "the Rest" seven goal MCC Meet Iverson For First Time Match With Victoria Drawn (Our I -.ml..n Correspondent) LONDON, November 10. PKK-MATCH intercut was centred around the MCC's first encounter with Jack Iverson who is regarded as Australia's Ramadhin and No. 1 headache for Freddy Brown and his men during the forthcoming Tests. Iverson himself did nothing startling in this match although with a bit of luck he might easily have taken another two or three wickets but he showed that he will indeed be a major problem for the Tourists when the Tests begin. In a drawn game chief honours', above average puce when the %  eni to Victoria. atria] was 61 and at 89 he tempted Denis Compton. captaining the! Washbrook Into a big hit and then MCC In the absence of F H.\ made a magnificent catch off his own bowling. Conipton's century, made out of 28:, plus the setting or a closein leg-side field for the last three overs of the day bowled by Bailey and Warr. were the features of the second day's cricket which was commenced tftaW th* lum-h li teival. I rligTll %  of an I drawn On the third morning Engli-'i | hope*, rose, as Trevor Bailey in what must have been his best I !.i,ill of bowling for over a year I had five wickets fe21 rwH in ten ... i was struggling. But for the rest it was all very id From 2A5 p m onwards the MCC bowlers could r*M lake an, i irk-e. ilthoiBgti < i TI i lag was run • u'. Fierce HittioK It was a display of fierce hitting by Howard, unbeaten at Ihi IS, and Ring out for la— but missed behind !he wicke hen onethat changed the en ra Tnalch. They put on 12 > u 82 imnutcs for the seventh wkrtt Bailey and Warr became t-ret and the remaining bowlers Berr> Mi.lli. sad Close, held no terror* for the baUtmen and at the close of play Victoria were only 23 runs behind. A had been anticipate.!. VLfl%  <>r... after their icrcst recovery, anatrhed a first innings lead of 25 run mi the final day and hefore play was brought to a premature close by rain just before the tea interval, had caused a sorry breakdown in the MCC balling lnde.-d if it hadn't been for rain there would have been about tw< hours' play left and the MCC would have been struggle o.oid defeat against a Slate team n. t regarded as the *tcongest ol tEu ti'.. Once again dropped catches had ieopard-se.1 the MCC's causd and it appears obvious that unless England's close-in field cui seize whatever chances are goingi that the Australians will score a lot of runs against an alliirk that is not wholly up tc Test standard. This was the fifth match of th' tour and was played at Melbourne. Brown who had an injured Huge; did his duty as captain by winning the toss and mainly through his great innings of 107 the MCC were able to put up a useful first lining.* score. A fine sustained spell of l-iwling by Trevor Bailey, who appears to be at least a yard faster than he was against the West b ii. i .nlier HI the year, gave tinMCC a great oppoitil pressing home their advantage hut fielding lapses occurred and Virlona recovered to such an extent that they not only snatched first Innings lead, but also had time to dismiss four MCC batsmen, including Hutton and Waahhronk. Iiefore stump* were drawn on Mi.Iih.il .i.i. Rain Ham mtei fered considerably on the first day and only three hours' play was possible. During that Tennis Results Ladiea' Siaglea Mlas D C Klevan defeated Miss P King 11—8. 8—2. Mrs D K Wnrme defeated The Weather TO-DAY sun Ki. US %  a Sun BtSBM S 35 s> m MotKi i Full > November 'i 1.Kilting: 8.88 p.m. High Water: 11.K a.m. 11.18 pan. YEMTERDAV lUinfaJI iCodrlniten) .18 Ina Total far SDonth U yesterday 2.13 Ina. Temperature (Mai) 84.1 F li-mi>.T...liirr .Mm. i 73.5 • Wind Dire. li.:o (8 a SB.) E NX IS p-m ) E Wind Velaclty: 11 miles per hour Harameter (8 a.m > 28.868 (8 sun.) "i TSI VI hat's On Today HIS EXCaXLENCY the (inventor will attend the Meeting of the Weat Indian Sea Island Caftan Asaoelatiaui (Ine t at Queen's P-h at 8 15 am. Court of flraad Seaafnn*. ronllnue at 18 a.m The Mobile Cinema give* a show at St Martin's Heboel pasture St Philip at 7 18 II m The Police Band plays for a Charity Concert at St Christopher Girl*' School at I p m Io two. For team "A", Bannister, time MCC lost the wickets of lnce and MacLean each scored twa l.oals and Tim Yearwood one ,*ohn Grace nc owled 14 overs for 39 run* and although hi did not claim a wicket, he bent and nearly bowled Compton on two ocoaslons and once dragged him three yards down the wicket only to see the wicket-keeper miss the fine Mumping chance offered. The two wickets were both claimed by Ian Johnson, wfin toured England with the last Australian learn in 1848 He had Button l.b.w. to one of his offbreaks which came through at 87M> (H. 2nd Hi.I 4th 5th 8th 7th 81h 9th 10th nth 12th 13th 14th 15U< I61h 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 241h 25th 26th 27th 28th 28fh 3f>th 4845 0388 -,'i.I. MM 0814 5281 5345 81>00 317(1 8387 0738 1506 4128 ;.u:>!i 5524 122.. 9857 MM MM 11530 9707 5450 7907 H164 8021 3010 8385 6865 5457 7413 8917 2214 3318 2.HHK 1811 412.1 4l(7 1844 0209 (1033 3449 5735 .;.;•) %  : 01127 8C10 8011 3706 9144 7129 2894 ..'.IS. 5671 8621 8776 9534 1I95 9887 9409 0008 7602 si40.oo; %  no 00 HO 00 I 60 0O 50.00 30.00 20 00 20.00 20 ii 20 00 20 00 10.00 10.00 io 1MI 2nd 3rd 4Ui 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th I Oth 11th 13th 12th Uth 15th 10 in. 16th io oo I7th 10 00 18th 10 (Hi 19th ii on 20II) 21st 10 in. Mad 10 (mf 23rd 10 OOi24th 10 00 I 25th Hi IKI 10 oo 10.00 10 00 to 00 10.00 — .Ir. 11 1.... I *. 0429 4430 4813 5008 "968 3883 0644 8164 6324 4124 !M 26th 27th 2Blh 29th 30th 7224 5612 8287 0408 7588 1378 4025 6755 0020 4286 846H 2068 2856 4487 4315 8551 8750 I BOVE1.1. A: BKBETC per F 0, GOIJSON Government Tax 8200.00 on en series. Menace Overcome Compton's Innings, temporarily %  any rale, overcame the Iverson menace. Although he hutted what for him Is the long lime of H't hours, he was nevertheless master of the situation, and ten fours were ample testimony of the way In which he waited for and punished the loose ball. Iverson's three successes which cost him 71 runs were obtained at the expense of the later batsmen Mclnlyre, Warr and Berry. Close, Bailey and Warr all made useful contributions to the MCC total and Compton was able to declare shortly before the close of plav with a tntnl of 308 for 9 This left just enough time for Bailey and WaXT to bowl three overs, not without Incident. Meulen>n and Howard Warr opening In Meuleman had nine fielders grouped round the bat and bowle 1 two I unwri which caused he I : tSmui In duck hurriedly. Bailey bowIM full out to same field. Tincrowd wiled Miss P. Wilson 6—2, 6—4 Miss C. S. Les defeated Hml E. Worm* 7—5, 8—1. Men's Slag lea Mr G A Manning defeated Mr S P Edghill 8—2, 8—8 Mr P McG Patterson defeated Mr. D Atkinson 6 2. 6—3 Mr J n Trimingham defeated Mr. F U Barnes 6—2. 8—4. Mr. P K. Roach vs Mr H I. Toppin i unfinished i TO-DAYS MATCIIIS Mrn • Singles Mr E P Tavlor vs. Mr 1) I Lawless Mr. G DePreltas vs Mr. C. B SUneit. Mr. H A Cuke vs Mr T A Gittens. Mr. P MtG Patterson vs. Mr. G H. Manning Mr P K. Roach vs Mr H. L. Toppin Ladies' Singles Mux R Hudson v Miss I l^ncgan Miss M King vs Mrs A A Gitieii* Match tegins at 4. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBKR IT. \M UAKH.UMtS ADVOCATE ' PAGE T11BF.E Fttrouk Want* U.K. Troops To Quit Egypt % from itajec refTugeea nr returned in tbai homes and receive due • %  <• .* sation for what they bnr suffered'' He promised aa modernisation of the Egyptian armed forces, free medical lnsur%  M f*ir workers and further jgra-ullurc expansion including the building of four big reservoirs and dams on the Hlvi-r Nile Salah El Din Bay the Egyptian Foreign Minister will eamo it, London next week from New York where he has been attending the General Assembly tamU ing of the Lulled Nations will lead the Egyptian deJegat for the forthcoming financial talk* which open on November 25. It was authoritatively announced here today. A British Foreign Office spokesman denied that Ernest Bevin had invited the Egyptian Fbralan Minister to London for the special purpose of discussing the future of the 1930 Anglo-Egyptian Treaty, but It was generally believed In the light of lo-day's speech from the throne that critical talks on a treaty revision between the two Foreign Ministers were inevitable. British officials bi London continue to maintain that Egyut Is not within its legal rights in seeking to cancel the 1938 AngloEgyptian Alliance. The Britlah view remains that there can be no unilateral cancellation of an international undertaking. -Reuter MR. ATTLEE DINES WITH THE PRESS Puerto Rico BuildsRadios SAN JUAN. PUERTO RICO. Production of radios in Puerto Rico by the Rico Television Company has reached the point whe.e shipments of sets to the malnlanl now substantially exceed the value of purchases of stateskk' radios. As the result of a conference with directors of the firm, .lack Kellman. export chief of the parent company of the insular (Iran, has announced that armngemeuts are being made foi the sole of radios In Puerto Ruo Attracted here oy the island's industrial advantages in 1948 Rico Television was the tirst radio firm to establish production on a large scale. It has been operating with marked success and now turns out more than 1.000 sets daily. The cabl parts are brought from the mainland and assembled in Puerto Rico, which in 1949-50 shipped out 31,335,511 worth or radios. The sets to be sold in Puerto Rico are small, of one wan length. Direct delivery to Uio local market, with savings In freight, will enable Puerto Rico to buy certain models al lower cost. —I N.. 1 Bssasgj. aJ* 1 \ f^sjjtta d ^BBB BBBSrSSl m. ^H Bk Jafl f~y iJP' c H.HBSV' > B i dH5^l THE PRIME MINISTER. Mr. C. R. AtUsa, dined with the Foreign Pre** A*ocUltOB at the Dorchester recently. In his speech he attacked the Bheffi>M Peace Coiif>rence. He said: "It Is an attempt to trick decent, honest people." Brazil Proposes Renewal Of Efforts To Solve Indian Problems In S. Africa I.AKE SUCCESS. Nov. 16. The proposal by Brazil that Soulh Africa, India and Pakistan should make a renewed attempt to meet at a round table conference to And a solution of the dispute over the treatment of Indians m South Africa was contained In a draft resolution informally circulated among members of the special Political Committee meeting when it resumed session this morning. It was the third day of the debale on India's complaint against Soulh Africa based on the grounds that the Group Areas Act further diM-nimnwled asjgfast Indians in the Union of Soulh Africa. Brazil further sugmstcd In its proposal that should the three countries fail to reach an agreement they should appoint a mediator to help settle the dispute. Uenito Coquet of Mexico resumng the debate supported India's %  laim that the matter was am for Ih. United Nations to tackle on e grounds that South Africa's lions violated provisions of tho charter Copy 01 Act Each delegate today had a copy of the South African Group Areas Act before him. This is the Act which has been referred to several times during the debate and is the subie^i of condemnation by the Indian. FUinnan, and Indonesian resolution before the Committee. The Committee voted yesterday n| South African objections to the Chilean proposal that delegations should be supplied with a copy of the Act. Public scats were only halffilled at the start of today's debate as the General Assembly meeting la plenary session at Flushing aleedow.s provided a counter attraction A resolution as proposed bv Brazil with Bolivia, Norway and Sweden reed as follows "The General Assembly recalling its previous resolutions minting to the treatment of people of Indian origin In the Union of South Africa. Having considered a communication by the permanent representative .if India ti General of the United Nations on July 10. 1960. 1. Recommends that the Governments of India, Pakistan and the Union of South Africa proceed with the holding of n round table conference on the basis of their agreement agenda 2. Recommends that in the event of the failure of the Governments concerned to reach an agreement in the aforesaid manner within a reasonable time thev should designate by an agreement between them an Individual to assist the parties In carrying through appropriate negotiations. 3. 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Ktfrifrators, Wimh**. iftill. Wulh. ttiifc/H.-rX. r\itnt*#it, ATOM. Cmpptt, Linoleum. T>le<, MwStVr Fhtttur. Aluminium Maw, TileJ rirtmlute*. Flmttit,, White Shoe*. Demure*. lk.ll **W T**mti Hmlh,Dair\ f /.-./-. G,*,,,s O.eralli. \haiine nij ORBS* \iurn* h-m tu.i.i *#*/( Iff I. Leather I> -*'n,t whomever laid The^ find, iststesd. thoj tiOM "' Is* %  Wortd Psssea Cotnmutec" will D> I'-nglaiui la not excludtnti M bWng drawn between the known or ^asv IVaic" ,amF'orees and their nuiddli'-l .'adeu i.llowerTtie main con gj H securlth It |isine obvious, a 1 ks ago, that Uns Peace Congress in siuji*ld prwHied s i ouHrJanliy (or all aitents nd directors of >!. mtei n.iiionfll Coinmurust apparatus to meet together Itut m$* apart from that consideration, the P.-T^, natural temper or this country Is n against stretening the doctrine uC freo speech to the extent that a*> ganisen and Instigators of International trouble should bat illowed freedom Of speech in this country. Popular optnion here is wholeheartedly repelled by the steady i % %  and snu pea> parations. The Lore] Mayors Show. which i-. osjBed | • Pageant.' %  did not please the London crowd, as it was devoted to < Ivtl Ivtcnee A Thud World War is not regarded as bsevHabU -eillwr by Use Oovegwitat, by Mr. Churofifil, or by the man on the lius Bui very few fall for the QwrnTiunlal assertion that peace ts only threatened by the United States and peace can only bo maintained by lullowinit ttal nod Ot the Soviet Union. I notice tho organisers of 1 the Peace Congress are aware main interests are aelesruttc and they nnd dii'' dty %  working without a faith in the purpose of their work The Communists provide thorn with a ready-made explanation .of the advance of material civilisation. Under any other system of political belief they a/* prey to doubts—Com mutuaan preasmu certainties in < v honge for allegiance how stupid this appeal s are augennc their pill suggestion that the should discuss how halves of the world unrig BJM with the Con gre*i M two live But at Sheffield only one half of the w o r l d intends to discuss this appealing : .,. % % % %  %  ..mmitte.1 b v its propagandists. The organisers of the Congrea, claim proudly that all psj cniinenl men. who are not Communists, are supporting tho Congress. That Is literally, true. Bu: it is a small rre^tton of iiniisli scientists or scholars who are susceptible lo Communist prop*' gaiuUi Next week we will have an opportunity at Sheffield studying the Mlojw traveller the industrial North he will be isolated under tlie gnty. snujke. laden skies. Volubly and enthusiBABY LOVES (uticura V^ TALCUM ** Security Against t ommuaiat* Since Professor Pontecorvo slipped away from Harwell there haai btvn much talk, and ome action, on improving security measures. Tho main trouble i* that then are seven different organisations at work at Intclli|enc and raseurlty. Six of thes* -tho Ihrce services Intelligence department*— "M.I.5 '. The "Yard Special Branch." and the Miitisl.v of Supply S.vurltj OII.I'. in BriUm. The Foreign Oftlcc %  wcivt Set vice CfiBngaSJ BUunt) mtalde Uriudn Each of these rganlsatlons has IU own n.nlvand methods, and none wilt way to the others! So M .ttlee has too much aecuiity. Each of these deportments has slipped up badly, at least once. the last ten years. Checks are Hie by on.li iMrussee* and are jav pafcers Naturally, san-t :h# sjuggestions for saayroveit icurtty sr\ made after Use borashas bolted A Itrttash Ami asBO. top secrets In ijgBnbul during the e/w, awl I Uiem to Von Papeu ot the QaWaassn Kiua>* tu iiiigsasallaiii e made that Antbasssdor tbould not carry keys in thei pockets where valets have i chance to "borrow" them. Whci Pontecorvo reached Russia there were demand* that foreign-born scientists working on secret subjects sh ould not be allowed out of the country. Socbjllat Attitude To Communist* The main i ml of doulM. wood. Is whether the Labour Government u> willina; to taae >ng measurt^. agaiitat Cuniilata. ConwqueuUy. the suson goes, the Labour Government carmot mistake strict security because it even prefers a good scientist who is a pueaibse Communist to no scientist at all TM elections in tho United States this •astJl will probably mean more strenuous demands from across the Atlantic for securit.v -trii'l. on the American pattern The last election eliminated the Communist*, and all obvious t.-llov.travellers. from the House of Commons. Mr Attire haa been the most powerful propaganda' against those who are deceived In tho "peace Congress** Into believing that peace can be assured by a resxluUao SesfflWki Town Hall But the 1 AjBMrtcsn' reeling of the rank and Ms m the labour Par'y is psssnrful and barely bidden by pe*asar.cs!> It is not so apparent •* in France, nor so general. Nevei%  on which the "I'.-iue delegate*' wm, thsrtr hiiKMl-iiudhng attacK on American lm|>eriallsm can and wul try to play. In Unions, vihi'li loim the. stiffening of the British I-IUHII I Communists have decreasuig influence. The leading Comnuimsfigures have been llwhisled from Union Excutiic* by democratic vole. The Commumst newspaper Is losing readers—but it still prints The lutal impression Is thai Commum.sin is i-n; taroa i Briuurt, while emplojrment na, hi^K |gfvsj) The Labour Party haa acute*t suapiciuns of the -'war li |TM trttabsf" thought. 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PAGE FOLK BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1?. ItSt B^B !" SJ*Am r 0mTF, P...!,.-• Friday. Nu\ ember M.I. 3 . i Oilliilllilli: iltl % % % %  |iiii'< into its wuilii il> fntt !" urn. and ils rttirirnt • .is H Irr.fO %  iislriiiiM-nl iff Hi-oil it? "PASSIXIi OUT" THERE will be more than general interest in the passing out parade of Police recruits at the Training School at District "A" this afternoon. In the past such an event was of little interest to anyone outside the Force and even the Force itself had lost some of its prestige. But times have changed and the Barbados Police within recent years has gained the respect of every member of the community. The Force now aims at being the best not merely in the British West Indies, but in the British Colonial Empire. Jt already has a historic background, being the first of its kind organised in these parts after the abolition of slavery. Its members now look forward to founding their own traditions. In recent years there has been a new outlook and the Barbados Police Force is now regarded as the protector of life and property and the guardian of the peace. Without its activities society would be unable to pursue its daily routine^ At today's parade the best recruit will be presented with a baton by Sir George Seel. Head of Colonial Development & Welfare. This gives the parade a significance outside its ordinary social status. Federation is in the offing and with the preliminary unification of services it is likely that the Police will be among the first to have a West Indian flavour; and the interest of the one organisation which Wads towards a West Indian outlook must be of value to the Force. The new departure of presenting a baton to the best recruit might be domestic in origin but has as its ultimate goal the improvement of the Force. The youngster who leaves the parade ground with "the edge" on his colleagues is hardly likely to lose that lead and will endeavour to maintain such a reputation in the ranks. The opportunity fur training in England which has just come the way of West Indians and of which Barbados has already made good use. will also lead to the general improvement of the standard of policing and the efficiency of the Force. Recruits properly trained in this island will have to compare with recruits from other forces in the West Indies especially at a time when efforts are being made to establish a Police Training School for the inlur area. And so the Passing Out Parade echoes outside the confines of the Local Training School. I In %  • I i IIM'S when lli' screen iailcd Chapman Pincher Tests The legendary Skill 0/ Our Secret Service. THE *v(uiil>authorities who %  crcinsd ProlMNT Pootecorvo many timei during the last atrvan years did not know he had Communiil relatives in Italy Newspapermen were ahl 1 discover ihe fact in two days. Wlu-n Supply Minuter George Strauss made this admission in Parliament ho raised grave doubts %  bout the efficiency of the whole .i-up. An analysis of the Security Service's record .strengthens these doubts by revealing a dangerous patchincss In ihc secrecy screen NN MAY FUCHf PONTHCOHVO rated by the Germans as "expend two famous spy casts provide able' Hitler's spy chiefs argued vivid illustration of this patchithat when these were rounded up neM| the British authorities would feel The llrst is the case of George satisfied. Johnson Armstrong, who was exeThen the more export members convoy built up with much greater care, would be free to do their work. of Dr. But as a result of secret service •rientiHt work abroad, coupled with sound sntence intelligence at home, the names •uted Germany detail* of sailings. The second it the ca< Klaus Fuchs, the Harwell who got a 14-year tail __ for betr>iving atomic bomb inlorand whereabouts of 35 key % % % % % % %  K u *ia. bers of the main spy ring were Arm-iliong, an Englishman known months before war began Itv.ng In America, was caught They were all caught during the because routine security measures first two days or the wi ..no carried through rigorously. 500 oth> British Secret Service agents planned iipluied spy Karl Mueller to sern .^leading messages to the •neu i > Meeting Place ^jiing it.' but war they sen a ihe code cf a captured spy. I eyuest foi a U boat to pick ui 1M1 for selling to of King No 2, which had been information too 11 ml to iioed When the U boat *ur(. g against Hitler's spies formed of our weaknesses went u boat in the Firth of Forth, lithe United States were detailed mto internment with them. When the news was printed P n to keep constant watch on the Many of these minor *""" America Uw British security au German consulates there were Britons who had attended unities examined all the caul IfDSt of the time they leurned the Nazi rally at Nuremberg in tu track down the sender. Anuu., %  thing. But one day they saw 1-.38. The iwrncs of those who r e ca blea *ere th.se seven—bui Armsirona vi-.il the German conseemed too friendly with Noil tiuuslgni.icance w.is missed:— iilUte m New York By trailing officials had been noted by Secret -WE ARE SENDING STOKV hlm they quickly discovered he Service agents, was a spy. Now Dr. Fuchs. In 1947 I visited ihe HiDSian embassy London, where he handed over .. batata el atom secrets and was Kelly, paid £100 for his treachery But there was no watching agent there to spot him. Instead. Fuchs was able tn carry on his spying work inside Ihe Government's %  Mink II Q. for at lessl two more ghadewtd CBri . . ihat hJust routine. ABOUT 8UBMAKINK „ was a routine check, too. 'PLEASE TELL HAKVAKll which led in 193B to Ihe expulsion WANT MY SON ENTERED." of Waller llelnhardt and to the "AS ORDERED. AM SETTIN capture of his chief spy: Joseph FORTH.' Unguarded ... Men of Ml.5 heard that KeUy. bricklayer working on a new capons factory, was spending far r. !" than he earned. They him, and discovered borrowing blueprints It Is regarded as likely that he ;;j fa factory and showlng'tH rnught ofWy when the Bust(t Rclnhardl. who paid him. ii. i i IMS planted clues to Again the palchiness work purity sc punish him for censing m tin-in ra'bricklayer able to get hold Yet the Canadian npy trial In of hB p i an s? The evidence at 940 had revealed that the Soviet Kelly's trial proved he had stolen -i;o\l KNMI.M WAS NOT AT TACKED." "IE YOU I'ERSIHT MIMEBODY REPUTATION MAY It NAM.U.rli "SMITH COVERS DUBLIN Ntil BELFAST %  -UNTRUE THAT ANY I'RIKON I Its ESCAPED." The journalist had also sent i cable 10 New York reading: "It"i The .mess ot our ^ ( (nal counta is Uluslrated. Why M| w l ordf( ^ ^ seven eaDl make up the message: SUB MARINE ENTEItED FORTH ATTACKED, DAMAGE11 BELFAST; ESCAPED. The deciphering experts failed completely on this hidden mes sage. Even the word "Belfast did not give them B clue ul th time. Perhjps It was fortunute for us that mewl of the nun who came to Britain to Spy carried obvious evidence of their profession. refugees often nments and a II.IH Ir.nn mi unguarded hut on the factory site. S.Tiuity ,-irriingcmcnts should. %  i course, have advanced a great leal since 1938. But have they? Last year I could have stolen the fiLinrof >i most secret research .'.mi Iron an unguarded Works 1'iiistry hul. Just as Kelly did. I Saw, Too . I found the hut while walking Those who came round the site of the Governhad too many d G. 1. II. THERE w.is obvious pleasure on the faces of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Savage when they attended the Exhibition of Work at the Headquarters of the Girls' Industrial UniAS\ on Tuesday. It was interesting to see "the Girls" at work and to witness the energy expended in perfecting the article. The Girls' Industrial Union continues to hold a place of affection in the hearts of responsible members of the community. For many years and without much public aid it carried out a function of preparing young women and girls in this inland for home-making. A portion of the burden has now been removed by the establishment of a Housecraft Centre financed by the Government. The undaunted few, who kept the GJ.U. alive during the lean years, continue to give service and it was a pleasure to them also to witness the result of their labour of love. The general public supports the Union mainly through its Annual Fete and the other functions staged by its members. There is still opportunity and scope for further support to an excellent institution whose usefulness cannot be overestimated. Govern merit uses its as spy centres. Until recently the Mtttil %  Se ui it j organisation ben Ihe reputation of being the most efficient in the world. In thu Otnan handbook an tinBrrnan Secret Service Helnrlch Hlmmleiwrote: "The British have brought Intelligence work to a mastery unique and unsurpassed." Covered Up ? HOW much of this reputation has survived the war? How much of Ihat reputation is due to the fact that uiellU-ieiiey in sciiet work Is easily covered up*? Undoubtedly the British Securir. Bfl vii.. has done much brilliant work. The defensive screen around our radar fecrch. was must .•!*• %  < tn < %  The ease with which the Special Branch and M.1.3 rounded up the hundreds of German agents planted in Britain halt before ihe war was reassuring. In both cases it was painstaking routine precautions which paid off. The enemy agenU had beensejit UNAIJ.Y : The third report will examine how g a^aS ring.. 'iffiVl %  • purity net can be taken up. was made up of men and women — nit nls new jet research sta'ioi too-well-itemised tale. neai Famborough, H a n r. Thrctujta ihe window I euuld -e With Sausage pilu of blueprints, gtvlnj, 'no One man used the Continental i UfVeS ot buildings and showing lorin of the lettei "f". which has l.ill engineering details. 1 II '.WO cross-strokes, when he signed .vhola site was deserted. his otherwise perfectly forged 'Vhen I it-ported these lactt to documents BvffTs] gpft Works Iffintfttxy buildings chief Sir earned big German snusages. ;>.irles Mole, he confirmed that These men failed because they the pirns woe top-secrets. A great part of the leputati ; British Intelligence men spring fn.m then skill at decoding. In World War I. they quickly broke code used by the German Navy. They fglccted slmpl" precnutions. When such slackness in routine repealed by the British, what In happens? In my Judgment, we get three curity shocks—In a row—Nun led the code of fitt May, Fuchs, ami Pontecorvo. lack Divorce M.P. Gives Himself Away IIS J.P.W. >l AI I AI II I M.V. Some people think that M.P.S dual he centred attention on our makes him at limes enthusiastic, i >• back-benchers all-out conto attend the House except when as embarrassed by that gesture summg passion lor offlqe was —he wondered how on Yet it la the most \ ivid account r there is something which especial„ a ly interests him. earth, with dignity, he could re•>' nn MP -, 6 llfe l *****—*• Hi can have fun without retrieve his precious Bills. Sorry. A-r.H. sponsihilitv But he can do good in other words, I found him And from It the House of Com,off his pwn bat. human — Common — with the mons rightly emerges as an old rantty which makes his bomb lady who well Funster bigger than anyone else's, with her grandmothi llerl>ert did more than ordinary the Impetuosity which forces him who docs not Itood. His Marriage Bill made sometimes into making a fool of grandchild i:.,,,,,,„ %  j,,...,Me fni Dsanj MD -" itu %  rntt na, esaottl and women who seemed to have I lost the chance of happiness Mor members what uted to do, hut xpect her own do the same. with the capacity for I think she found A PH. .. hero-worship which makes htm naughty but delightful grandchild, adore" Mr. Churchill, with the and was sorry to lose him perhaps, than any Indlvlinstinct for right or wrong which —L.F.8. OUR READERS SAY Flootl Wali-ra To The Fdiior, Tne Aduocalr— SIR,—Please permit me to draw to the attention of the pTOpOl authorities .. condition which affects the welfare of residents of the Goodland district. For years the resideiiLs of this district have watched and waited for a bridge to be built over the junction where the flood waters from the Bridge Gap area. Black Road meet and cross the Goodlaixl main Road. Unfortunately nothing has been done. During heavy rainfall the road at this point Is covered by a flowing mass of water which rises very often to n height of not leas than three fev' with a very strong current. On such occasions, pedestrians nnd traffic find it impossibl • to get through this mass of water which Is about midway from either entrance. This means that residents of this district hiBl within a stone's throw ,.f then homes on reaching thlr 'fixed gulf must turn back and US> Road -ee motorists I tlirough this district at night unaware of the depth of water. I sing held up for a coiiMdcrabl.I 11 ing to dry out spark plugs anil distributor after bciuy thoroughly washed out Apart from the Inconvenience and annoyance suffered by motorists and pedestrians alike, such a condition constitutes a source of danger to thlives of children who attempt to wade throiiuh this fast moving stream of wnter Just rgcsnO] a boy baWJy escaped being drowned In an attempt to cross. Even during the dry season motorists have to be at pains to save springs on reaching the sudden descent made by the drain across the road. Doubtless this condition could be remedied for the convenience of the taxpayers of this district. GEORGi: W | < ;'"iland. sOchael. %  mber 10, 1950. Publiri/y To The I.'ditor. The Aduncate— Sul. Editorial %  i Oth. under th) 'Publicity," we would like to correct the statement made with lefeieii.e tO It" 1 paltry efforts on part or the Publicity Commit leg in uUnzint: :. %  UI .idvanl:iK>UM advertising material at their ttisposal in relation to the several .iiivilties Barbados has to offer rourist Resort. As Agents for the French Liner. "Colomble," we cannot allow thi* to remain unchallenged We are confident your readers Would appreciate being Informed of uf the facts Prior to the .f |ha c^ilombie" from Le Havre, we obtained from thu Publicity Committee a quantity of advertising matter, which was ided to this vessel for distribution on board. In addition to the foregoing, when the "Colombie" arrived at %  his port on October 25. a nunit-r ( pictorial maps of the Island as H illustrated booklets and ; guide maps of Bridgetown i pn ented to ua by 'he Pubwero ted on board. %  %  on to : r their invaluable bet] gfl irdo I us, in making ihe i Tbdl n success. U B. COLLINS, K. R. C. FOSTER. Dl lectors It. M JONES Co. Ltd Agent*, Compagme General Traa November 14. STILL ALIVE AI'CKLAND: Te^ySaW old S. C. Mitchell leaves |hll mOB Ins 102-vear -old inotlV mouth. He has not seen her for 42 years. She thoujght he was killed in the Ftr-t ad her killed in ., botnk Ing raid in the same wai I %  Ull aiiv.THE LORD MAYORS SHOW n> i.nw i.\ HO %  ii LONDON, November 9. r.vci> jeai 00 Nuvember lh London has ll Dig ua> lor children oi all ages, when ine unlteiing majtic ol a laury-play comouies with the pageantry oi marching vruops, Uie glamour ol medieval ceremonial and uic Wiowmanship, colour and Iresh paint oi a modem exlubiuon. i tm excuse lur it all is the installation ol a new Lord Mayor ul London in his ancient office. Nothing like this serio-comic tradition exists anywnere else in the world. roi live hours on a weekday, widespread iTeaVc uiversions in the centre ol London .'irlually paralyze trailic m the world's bigh c^i city. The skies are usually grey, and toor* oiten than not it rains during at least ,,ii ol the specucle. But hundreds ol .huuaands line tne streets. The nags fly, the oands piny, the crowds cheer and the bells peal, ies, it's a great day Ask any Londoner about his happiest childhood memories and he will recall the day when, waving a little flag, he stood in %  runt ot the crowd at a kerbside and peered past .i policeman's legs at his lirst Lord iayor*! show. It all began just 735 years ago. In Liia nang John of Lngland granted a Charter to ihe City of London, in which he stipulated diat the citizen chosen to be Mayor Xor the coming year should be presented to the King ius judges lor approval Ihe crowd oi London citizens who accompanied their Mayor to the neighbouring City of Westminster that year developed into a ps^Mfit in which the citiz en s oi London showed oft their nnest clothes, jewels and goods. This "Lord Mayor's Show" designexi 10 show London's wealth and strength to the! n.mg and to the citizens oi Westminster, became more elaborate every year. For almost 500 years the Lord Mayors oi London rode to Westminster on horseback. rhil tradition was abolished alter 1711, when the great man was tlirown by his horse. His %  iirngssinr in the following year was more cautious, and insisted on riding in a coach. All succeeding Lord Mayors adopted this safer mode oi travelling. In 1757 the coachmakers of London built a gilded, elaborately decorated carriage with large windows, allegorical oil-paintings, and hundreds of wood-carvings. This monstrous wagon, which weighs seven tons and has no brakes, has been used ever since. It is still in use. A Guards band in scarlet uniforms and black bearskins leads the long cavalcade. I liehind it drive a long row of lorries with] tableaux depicting scenes from history and 6 resent-day activities. Every year the Lord i layui's show has a diflerent theme. Last year it was "Transport Through the Ages." rhis year, less happily, it is "Civil Defence"! showing air raid rescues, lire-lighting and drst-aid work Next year it may be a humorj ous theme again. The band of the Royal, Marines, in white tropical helmets, heralds the military part of the procession. The Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the Royal Air Force and several famous army regiments use this occasion to celebrate their jealously guarded privilege oi "marching thfough the streets of the City of London with bayonets fixed, flags flying and drums playing.' An old-time touch is provided by horse-drawn guns manned by soldiers of the Royal Horse Artillery in ceremonial fulldress uniforms. Then comes a long line of elegant horsedrawn carriages, escorted by footmen, lackeys and door-openers in powdered wigs, white-plumed hats and green and gold 18th century liveries. They carry the Alderman and Sheriffs of the City of London and the heads of London's Guilds in their traditional robes of office. The last of these coaches, drawn by four horses and preceded by a band, contains a somewhat melancholy figure — the retiring Lord Mayor, who remembers his own day of glory a year ago and probably reflects on how quickly a year of office passes. The climax of the procession has remained unchanged for centuries. It is led by the mounted band of the Royal Household Cavalry, attired in cloth of gold. There follow the pike-carrying Yeoman Warders of the Tower of London— the world-famous "Beefeaters" — in their round black hats, round white ruffle-collars and scarlet, gold-embroidered tunics; their dress Has not changed since the days of the early Tudor kings. Behind them, in cloth of gold, ride the King's own State-trumpeters and kettledrummers of the Royal Household Cavalry, sounding a fanfare every few yards. Their presence in the Lord Mayor's Show, like that of other members of the Household Cavalry, is a traditional honour accorded to the Lord Mayor of London by the King of England. The City Marshal, riding alone in a scarlet uniform with a high whiteplume flying from his cocked hat, precedes "The Right Honourable the Lord Mayor of London" m his gilded fuiry coach. Perhaps the most magnificent figure in the whole Show, and certainly the proudest, is ihe Lord Mayor's old coachman in his purpleand gold velvet livery, white silk stockings and a white-plumed tricorn hat above his powdered wig. The enormous chariot is drawl) by six strong horses, each led by a liveried groom. The horses' magnificent harness and careful grooming disguises the prosaic fact that they are borrowed for the day from a London brewery. Helmeted pikemen in armour straight out of the 15th century surround the coach, and an escort of the Royal Household Cavalry in plumed gold helmets and silver breastplates i idl behind it. The Lord Mayors symbols of ofTice— a heavy gold mace and a sword—protrude from the windows of the coach and the Lord Mayor himself, dressed up in a scarlet robe, gold chain and tricorn hat %  ives i white-gloved hand at the crowd. His -:iil<|| partly pleasure, partly benevolence and partly, no doubt, intense amusement bout ihe position in which he finds himself Behind tne-carrlage drives a Urge, distressj nindent car, in case the swaying, creak-. should break down. But, the • say, the Lord Mayor's coach Is good I for at least another two centuries! D. V. SCOTT & CO., LTD. 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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. USfl BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Conditions In England Improved — Bryden Till! SIIORTAC.K <>f an adequate volume of freight bipi plying between the West Indies and [Eastern Canada is being aggravated by the fact that a few West Indian Colonies have been routing some of their flour imports via Western Canada, said Mr. A. S. Bryden, in interview with the Advocate yesterday. Mr. Bryden has Just returned Competent 21-Yr.-Old Guilty I Urge from a visit to England, and he came home via Canada. He told the "Advaeavte" of observations he had made in both countries. Including his good fortune la having been in London in time to see the West Indies Cricket team deliver the goods In the Fourth Test Malch Mr. Bryden said that he had found conditions in England much improved over what they had been in the immediate post war period Conditions were in fact generally much better than he had anticipated. Judging from what ha hud heard before he went to England. Supplies of goods of most kinds were in the shops and appeared to be fairly plentiful, but the prices were very high. There were still a few shortages In the food line in tuch articles as sugar, butter and bacon. Eggs, too, although not rationed, were extremely si-nn-r They could be obtained fairly readily in the country districts, but In a big city like London a fresh egg was rarely seen m a hotel or restaurant. English i omplain Of COX. The Englisn people as a whole 4-Footed Chicken Dies A CHICKEN was hatched at the home of Percy Goddard at Day cells Road *n Wednesday which h-U four feet and a half beak It lived for a few hours /-put SIGNS of the recent ruins Jl are still left in many districts of St. Michael. At Kensington New Road the gutters are practically rilled with water, and grass has reached a great height. The road itself is badly In need of repairs. A resident of the district told the Advocate yesterday that she cannot sleep at night because of i e large number of mosquitoes. Seme are also active during the day. Another resident, who cwns a csr. said that when driving through I were complaining verbitterly th* road he ran only dn about about the cost of living, air. Brythrt-e miles an h"ur. Many cycll'ls ;den said. But It did not appear are forced to walk because of the ithat there was much likelihood of rough surface of the road. i sny fall in prices In the near fuThe water in the gutteris un' ure. In fiict. with the Governderniining some of the foundation* ments decision lo carry out a aubnt the frout of the houses. [stanti.il amount of re-armament. At the Halls Road and Dela-, !" was every possibility that mere Land districts residents an 1 or c would lend to Increase. also complaining of Ihc large i Man V industries were unable to number of mosquitoes and the. quick growth of gra'- L EAD US NOT INTO TEMPTATION But Deliver Us From Evil." will be the subject of Ibe Y.M C A.s "Weekof Prayei and World Fellowship" meeting which will be held at the "Y* this evening at ft o'clock. Mr. C. D. Williams will be the Chairman and the lector Mr C. R. C. Springer. Rev. E. Griffin will be the Speaker. The subjett will be read from St. Luke, Chapter 4. vs. 1 to 14. Special prayvn will be said 'or the whole Church. "Mihumt gad Triumphunt F IVE-FOOT "BAHRVMOKE", ;i black and white Holstein bull, attracts the attention of everyone that visits the JenatalatD Agricultural Farm at St. Peter. There are four other bulls bul all eyes are always on "Barrymore." whose wcighl is nearly one ton. "Fairfk'ld Hope", another bull, is four feet, three and a half indies tall. There are also four milch cows, four heifers, goats and 3hcep on the Farm. N INE-YEAR-OLD Keith Jordan of the Ivy was treated at the General Hospital on Wednesday for injuries and discharged. He was involved in an accident with a bicycle on IvyRoad on the same day. pool n I i be g No Separate Prices For Special Cuts Of Local Meat BARBADOS is one of the few places that has no special prices for the best cuts of local beef. Whether it be fillet loin, surloln, rump or leg it is always sold at 36 cents per lb except in the cases where the beef is imported The local mutton, like the beef. Is sold at a standard price—401 cents a pound. The best cuts of Imported beef are sold from 4fl t> 9fl cents per lb. and mutton from 40 to 48 cents per pound Best cuta of lamb are sold Horn 54 to flfl cents a pound. In the Public Market veal . %  sold at 40 cents per pound ami pork at 36 cents. Imported veal, (legs and loin is sold at 54 ct-nlg a pound and for stewing 45 cent* Most of the local stew meat is sold from 36 to 40 cents a pound. Kidneys. liver, tongue an I hearts that are imported are sold at a price slightly above the lo. ;.l one. Imported chickens and ducks fetch 84 cents a pound. A butcher told the Advocate yesterday that in his opinion different cuts of local meat should be sold at different prices The same arrangements that are mad for the imported meal should bl provided for the local butchers SO that they can at least make %  reasonable profit U-hen they k cattle. . He said that there was no schedule price on meat for dogs, but anyone buying bone* may them at 12 or 10 cents per operate efficiently for lack of powar, and the re-armament programme would draw further manpower away from civilian Ind tries. That would have the effect of further hampering them. "I was fortunate to be in London to see the Fourth Test match at the Oval", Mr. Bryden said with n smile of happy recollection, "and I think that the West Indies team certainly deserves the greatest credit for the generally high standard of their cricket There Is no doubt that the results of this tour astounded everyone in England, and have done more to publicise ihe West Indies than 50 jeers of propaganda and advertising could possibly have done Speaking of Ihe observations he had made in Canada on his return trip, Mr. Bryden said he had aniVtd there just at the time that the Canadian Government had announced the British West Indies Trad* Liberalisation Plan. Th? nrr.inirement ,(id been very favourably received by Canadians grnerally, and while the volume of their exports to the Watt Indies would continue to bo very much leas than the amount of business they had been doing over a long period of years, it would yet have the effect of enabling Canadian Exporters to keep moderate quantities of their branded goods on the West Indies Markets, so that the work of many yeais would not be entirely dissipated Inadequate Freight '*One matter which I observed ts causing grave concern in Canada", said Mr. Bryden, "Is the fait tli.it all ihe Steamship Companies plying between the West Indies and Eastern Canada are suffering very greatly from th shortage of an adequate volume of freight. "I understand that some substantial deficits on their operations are being Incurred, and they complain bitterly at the fact that a few West Indian Colonies have been aggravating the situation bv routing some of their flour Imports via Western Canada. They point out that Western Canada import; little or nothing from the We Indies, and that flour has alwir been one of the rrtost importa items of freight south bound "It appears obvious." Mr Bryden commented, "that routing ou flour via Western Canada. although It may appear to sav-the colonies a small amount in price, will in the long run be ver ostly to us. since no one w!.l continue to operate steamships loss. It is only a matter of time before freight rates on all commodities from Eastern Canada will lxincreased, so as to cover th deficit which is being incurred. Assessor Wanted FOR CHRIST CHURCH THE parish of Christ Church U now without an assessor This is due to the recent death of the parish-s a s as sa or. Mr. J. L. Cheltenham The Vestry >eatrday, on the motion of Mr C. Drayton who wag seconded by Mr S McKenxie, decided to advertise for applicants for the office of assessor. The new assessor \§ expected to take up office from December 25. In making the motion. Mr Drayton said that Mr Cheltenham's successor should be taken en probation for two years. If at the end of that period he satisfied th* Vestry, the appointment should then be confirmed The Vestry also discussed the desirability of having a reliable reaas e asment of all houses in the parish Mr. Drayton made a motion to the effect and was seconded by Mr. V. Chase The motion as lost as only three Vestrymen >ted with Mr. Drayton. Mr. Drayton said that an assess' valued a house and the amount as allowed by the Vestry regardless of whether he was rignt %  wrong. He felt that the Vestry should have appointed a reliable valuer so that they would know what the value of a bouse was. There was a new man to take t*e lob of assessor and It would have been very hard for him to know the right assessment Ths Vestry should therefore ap| a reliable valuer who would guide to the assessor Mr. Chase said that he thought that the majority of the grievances the Vestry had heard were because there was no systematic or fair revaluation of property in Christ Church for many years. Better Taxation He said that houses could be found which were more greatly assessed than other houses of greater value. The time had come when the values of houses In the parish should have been brought together and a more equitable distribution of taxes effected in the parish Mr. MrKerule said that in order to get a competent valuer in the parish. It was going to of money Before the Veatry attempted to agree with the motion, the cost of employing a valuer should first have been found out He was, however, in favour with Ihe principle of the motion Mr. Drayton then said that If any money was brought about through the employing of a valuer, the amount could be estimated for in the estimates of th.' next yaar Mr Bourne said that the remedy was to appoint a good asaessIt would be much cheaper than employing an assessor am 1 also valuer. Mr. Brandford said that In hi* opinion the Vestry could have refrained from employing a valuer He agreed with Mr. Bourne that the problem could be solved by employing a proper Mr. Drayt *n finally pointed out that t**e motion did not say anything about the employment of valuer, but of the desirability of having a reliable reassessment of all houses in tbe parish The Veatry. on the motion of Mrs. Talma, postponed the awarda Veatry Exhibition at th. Girls' Foundation School nnd denlt with correspondence before before closing the meeting. Of Receiving Stolen Goods Sentenced Postponed AFTER more than *n hour's deliberation at the Court of Grand Sessions yegserday. a jury found 21-year-old Wilfred Small of Clapham. guilty of having received stolen goods between September 12 and U this year. His Honour the Chiei Justice. Sir All.m Cotlymore. before whom the ease was heard, postponed sentence. irller in the day when they ssa him will) the goods in the sec what was in ihe box Wher the policemen were opening Ihe box, Small ran away. Both policemen had known Small before that circumstance id later when Sgt. Clarke went to his home, he found a pair of sneakers and a cap which the policemen had seen Small wearSmall had been charged on two Ins; i counts, shop breaking and larceny had : of the goods cheese, klim, and box. needles—and of receiving th. So Witnesses For Defence goods. He was represented bv Mi D H. L Ward. Mr. W W Recce, j The defence cal'.-d no '.llnesses, K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted but the trend of Mr. Ward's argufot th,Crown mentg was that the policemen's The Prosecution called four identification of Small was unsubwitnesses to tell the Court how stanUal and that the ownership of sometime between September 12 the goods were not clearlv estaband 13. Athelitune BradshawV lished. shop in Collymore Rock was j Mr Ward questioned th* policebroken and rntercd and certain men's allowing Small lo escape, goods were stolen. Two policeHe said that by such a blunder men were going along Governthey would necessarily have to men! Hill on the I3lh and saw give an excuse and a substitute Small with a card box carrying it [to the loss. To save themselves ards Bridgetown They stopI from an Invidious position, they ped him and questioned him as t (bad to find a man. the contents of the box and where The Prosecution's evidence as to carrying it. They were J ownership was produced by BradMispicious of his replies and ;^ked I shaw who said he recognize)! his handwriting on some of the articles by murks he had put on to show the price. Mr Ward, however, argued that sfben Bradshaw sold goods, he never used to erase his marks and t one were in possession of Mr. itradshaw's goods, it could have I'cen because of a previous sale. On that point, Mr Keece showed that Bradshaw's mnrks were on uch parts of the goods, boxes A filch contained needles (or inlance, which llradshaw never i Id. Bradshaw would take out 'he needle*, wrap them up in luipar, but kept the box. Mr. Ward held that Bradshaw vould not keep such boxes Interminably and would eventually throw them away. After he had been found guilty on the second count. Sat. Clarke iId the court that Small kept bad %  empauj. Flaps Removed The first to give evidence for he Prosecution, Sgt. Clarke said tii.it on September 13 about 6.15 a m he received a telephone message and as a result went to Atnelstone Biudshaw's shop in Cuilymore Rock. Seven flaps were removed from an air window on ih< eastern side, leaving an openIng of about II by 14 Inches. A window beneath the opening was opened. About 11.40 am. the tame day. he was on duty along Government Hnl with P.C. 142 Denny and he su. a crowd in Ihe road. When he went towards it. Cpl. Byer and Pi Pilgrim were of thr crowd Th.-v handed him a box which ennui tied | quantity of shop %  poor Auctioneer Gets Nine Months* Imprisonment Ronald Downes, auctiom-vi of Roebuck Street, was yesterday sentenced to nine months' Imprisonment by His Honour th" Chief Justice. Sir Allan Cullymore. Downes was found guili.v of fraudulent conversion of part of Ihe proceeds of a piano. He was found guilty earlier in the Missions. He asked for mercy yesterday, hut the Chief Justice told him that he was not a young man and had been proved to be a trickster. iidihiion to that he had tried nake insinuations about a witness, suggesting thai she and ho <• familiar lion of Budgetown He had card box on his head m *,i* wearing a black snail peak cap and a red shirt. They met the defendant just abov. When the defendant had reached them. I'pl. Hyei slopped him and again asked him what be hui in the box He said Ha %  raj i .ii i. Uuj for a Mi Mditljo.1 .od that he had bought Utein Iran a shop. Cpl. Hyer then asked him to open the box and when the box was on the ground Small ran away and as he (Pil%  %  holding a bicycle he could not chase him. CroM-ExaminasI vumined by Mr Ward Pilgrim said that another thing inch prevented lum from chasing the defendant was a bus which passed quickly alter Small made the dash. Atiielsion Bradshaw of Collymore Hock, St. Michael, said he had a Qrst awl shop at Cully more Hock. On September 12 at about H.2u p.m. he closed his shop and left about .2i) pin. after talking with a man. He Uien went over to "is house which la a few feet from Itis shop. The next day when he reacheu hi* shop he saw that the light* were burning and the an window broken. He then telephoned m. police who came the same day and brought a card box with articles value al CJT. !">. 4d. which >iu checked with them. All the articles were similar to those he bad in his shop. At this stage the exhibits were shown to the Jury. The defendant had been to his shop inany times bringing messages liom enguieei-. at the Pine. Sometime* he would buy. To Mr. Ward llradshaw said that he made a rough list bul knew that he had missed many things from his shop. Some o| the %  rtlosM ben his writtni Hie prices of Ihe goods. Summing up the ,.i... i>< Chief Justice said that ttw BaHl whom the policemen had seen on Government Hill was nut under arrest The policemen would have no reason to think themselves so much lo be blamed to fall bark on falsehood in a, cuse of identity ASSESSOR HONOURED Tilt; Chnsi Church Vestry ye>teulu> observed a minute's silence in respect lo the death of Mr. J. L. Cheltenham. Use Late assessor of the Parish of Christ Church. Brandford took th^ V%-AWaV.".V.VaV." -1 tt.tix 11 in mi .i %  %  %  PURINA %  PIGEON (HOW B pH. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. D.-,**,. VM'.V.W.V.V.VA HMfvV THK IHt\SIO.\ i iii.s nut SOMhlHIXG SPECIAL YOU'LL VI 11* THE ON PROBATION HllKll CJ.UIlt.l.' -m *..s lift ft uncl guilty cnrllrr In tin' si-.ss1in of >liop breaking with Intent WHS put on 18 mnnthv probation The chief JuMti'i' told him that he was young nnd InImpel Inwould turn a new leaf. SENT£NCE POSTPONED B* took the goods to Collymore Hock and checked them with %  Iradshaw who recognlred some of opportunity to ask the members 'hem At S pin he arrested Small of the Vestry to rise and how 1 t his home in Clapham. He took their heads in respect to Mr.; him to Ihe station and charged Cheltenham's dearth, before the I him. Vestry entered on their business.' While al his home he had -found He said that Mr. Cheltenham %  pair of lubber sneakers, a blue had served the parish as a santtap and two lead pencils of a t.ii > inspector for a longer period | imll.tr make lo the ones which than he had served as an assessor. | were found in the box. He felt that Mr. Cheltenham had Cpl. Clayton Byer who Is atdone his best in the Interest of i lached to District "A" Police Stathe parish. .mi vald that on September 13 he He moved that a letter of con-i WM on d u t y on Government Mill dolence be written to his relaw |. h Pc S34 Pilgrim. He saw DOG SHOW AT EXHIBITION BOOTHS for this year's IndusIs 1 Kxhlbition at Queen's Park have started to go up Lumber arrived during the week, and th> Secretary of the Agricultura Society iold the Advocate yesterday that the leading lumber dealers had co-operated in placing ill the lumber they possibly could al the disposal of the Society. Already the necessary accommodation for pigs ana 1 cows is well un* derw.iy A feature at the ExhibiUon n<>t seen since pre-war days will l." a dog show. This time, however, there will be no competition, jus'. a display. Tbe newly erected breakta"t shed with Us green, red and whit** colourings, will come into use for the lirst time when the Exhibition comes off lives. Mr. McKenxie said that he wanted U> associate himself with Mr. Brandford's remarks. Ho said that Mr. Cheltenham had worked for the parish and had given satisfaction during his term of QflsM He felt that the parish had lost a good worker in the deulh of Mr. Cheltenham. Present at the meeting were: — Mr. H. StC. Ward; Hon. A. G Glttens. M.L.C., Mr. S. McKen:ie; Mr. C 11 Mr. M. E. R Bourne; Mr. C. Drayton; Mr C. B Brandford; Mr. J. Mrs. H. A. Talm. Small carrying a large cardboard) i>ox on his head. II I hfendant wits wearing;> ted .tfiirt and a durk blue or black ieak cap. He stopped him and asked him what he was carrying Defendant said he had groceries In the box which he got from "hop and he asked him to show lim what was in ihe box. II HUIS Over Box "When such an adjustment is made, the increase in cost to consumers in the West Indies win naturally be very much greater than the small saving which ha; been made on shipments of flour from Western Canada." Mr ltryden said that it appeared that the question of fre "*' ,: raies was already under consideration, and that although th-' new trade liberalisation plon would undoubtedly increase Ihe While fie (Byer) was untying) the box the defendant ran away He opened the box; Pilgrim and "•h* himself could not stop him. Sgt %  Clarke came up and he handed th Mr. M chair Maude' n ei^t* nei ho OV11 him Small was with St G. Ward took ththe absence of Rev for about ten minutes befor lie ran away. He had seen the defendant before and when he was asked what hop he had received the good; rom he never salt! exactly wiier IIVIII 111" Ill-=I "Jill Ii.Mai.-J —. — .Luna Qf lO-Year-Old Boy *• op was. Cross-examined by I Mr. Ward, Bver said that he waTaken Out RED APPLES GOUDA CHEESE—Per lb TAPIOCA—Per lb SAGO Per lb. RED CURRANT JELLY—Per Tin DANISH LIVER PASTE—Per Tin DANISH CHICKEN BROTH—Per Tin PRUNES—Per lb CITRON—Per lb HAISINS—Per lb CURRANTS—Per lb MIXED PtsTl! TVr lb volume of goods moving south the quantity would still be substantially less than what the available shlppinK f;n ilities weie handling in the past. He had gathered, said Mr Bryden. that a large number of Canadians were planning to visit th" West Indies this winter, and the indications were that there should be a good tn-jrist season. Slop PyorrKca In 24 Hours Amoian £ re* Prsrrsea-Tre-e* Ies.l irruan Our Own %  ,, icpimdMi.' PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 14 Dr. W. J Branday, Chief Tuberculosis Officer, and Mr. Joseph Pierre. Resident Surgeon of thi San Fernando Hospital, took oul the lung of a 10-year-old boy at the Caura Sanltorium, Trinidad The operation began at 10 am and lasted until 3 o'clock. In al tendance were live doctors He i still alive ,and progress is In-.; watched hy the medical person nel In Trinidad with great anxieiv. as this is the first operation of its kind here. hat the defendant was the man whom Pilgrim and himself had stopped on Government Hill ith the box. He was then wearing „ red vest hirt with bars running In a horw.ontal direction. During the ten minutes Small was with them he could touch him. Police Constable 334 Orville Pilgrim attached to Central Police Station said he knew the defendant for about five years. On September 13 this year about IMS a.m. he was on duty on Cover • r .ent Hill Road with Cpl H>es> %  a'v Small walking In the dlrecrW.f.OH'Vfc I-imirrd and H.iucrnl ART SU.K Irotn $2.25 u 4.50 yi HOWKKKO SATIN $4.50 yS. tolmirrd STRIPKI) SATIN ill $4.10 J'd. AMOVES UVCF. t $2.66 t 2.77 yd in Pink. Blur. GhMM, Black und Whllf nannisir ANGLAIS in Pink and ItltiiIMHKUIDKKKI) OK(.ANIIIr; .., ., , in Pink, (ireen and Whilr II $£.4U IS 3.A1) VI. CR1NKI.K OBOBU1IIS in Pink. Blur and


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V AGE SIX HENRY BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. NOVIMBEB 17. 1S50 BV CARL ANDERSON MlClsbl MOUSE BY WALT WSNEY '-TUAT O,----' TO J OT ~)IH VOU THIM oo\\ N ; r*-" C\>N • — ( HAPPSN.TO ^\ <~Q-. \r*KW A >-SABAC*! BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG a NOTHING UK6 A BSOCM fiTPAV.' TO CLEAN A PIPE "ffl UV-.v.COQ VAv 1 BOKO* UP6 TO POKE SOMe OuST OUT at MV VACUUM? Somebody has to be first! You hve only to taste it to know why Black & White keeps growing in popularity. Blended in the special Black & White way it it a Scotch that is a joy to drink at all times and for all occasions. .: %  .-. %  .% %  %  %  .%  % % % % % % % % %  YOURS TO ENJOY HOSPITALITY mm* tiOOO FOOD BLACK&WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Ohe Scent is in iAe Bkiutinq m >HII I...Ci.Yl | few* Wh.^7 D-.Mt THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER lYouTnouwriie KiiiERS WOULD TRY TO GET YOU AS Will AS THE MESA KID YOU SNCAK IN AN SPIU-WlMAT 1 THE COAL OIL. ILL JrM BEATS 1 SET ER ON FlRE'Elp#TRYIN' \ Vl 1 nOt-a I"' BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS aawiao qur ASO BffikO *MV IMgT-C-'>DWV By MOWRIP KIRBY r BY ALEX RAYMOND /•.'.S8* r *3tNeT*T JUST -.S kAVI ——* CRAIV! WU! /A %  : %  rtANO • — z SO* LAN! MA/ / CLLC...TVS FAN 1 C-. --€ STATiOMffC cr -r-B. DI*/CLfiHGD IS 1COS...TK NEXT STEP IS QBCADCM X6...AVC i." NBBO MSLP! NB AQB LOCK MS ^S SO"KNfi. *A\ ct VO'AV -osa IMTI*.S %  CL.V... -4*r ARg AU. "*- -v c_iP6...i*oc= -; < %  T*& A B.LE...-E-S K ^ TO \VCB<ri culslnea youTf avar enjoyed Reasonably priced, too. so that vou % %  *>' P*V l> often DROP IN TODAY OR TONIGHT AT THE GREEN DRAGON FOR BrTTER MsssslJ and L BUTTER SERVICE For Reservation Dial 389 > BLUNDELL'S PREPARED pun WITH* O00D C**MUr fOH.NS.DE WourjiBiwfc If IMlUlMlH .( saaa *•• • % %  * JAMES A. LYNCH Only one soap gives your skin this exciting Bouquet pAMWIU Bouquet leaves an ^ enchantinn Iran'ance •html you that will haunt all hi ill MM. exquitite bouquet come from a •ecret wedilinitolai nirepetiunWM. Iiithe\\itht hmere Bouquet Soap ifiuly n you'll uhvav* be Oainty, dctirablc. eiquinilcly feminine. Thii natural Ma-froab food, SevenSeaS pure Cod Uwr Oil. it a wonderful tonic in cimvateiornce. 11. rich natural nm and vitamin* help to restore enerfy, build up new health. .SevenSeaS pleaant taulrkg, easy to lake and rcadtly digetted. An invalid's ."quick recovery is | helped by SevenSeaS ; STOKES BYSOE. LTD., IfVO Ror 401. Bridpe'ou-ti. Barbado, / %  Wliax ."->-%  • *.'<• *-* • %  "' Alt, .^aWrt fe n*.. ,.-!• fr— • 0^m3*"lL o MMMsa srmf/HAAff/wafK itm/fc Mv" aL ^f wmrE **B/.~_ iTTIN* 1HEIB An IHT KW *lfcv YE tOC60TIEN ALL ABOUT ME "WE'LL BE0YE6THE 1"^ BWLINb IN A UIFPVHEV.' IW4ATGTHAT 7 BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. NOTICE Aa the Hannfaelurera have daclded that repklra t.. one of •ur Kmlnw can no lo'jer be delayed, the faaviay fcaa In %  uii-ryucTi-e had to put IliK i .rni r.itin* Set (900 K W.) 0t of eommtwlon and. owbai lo the rednrtion of standby Plant now available aa a rr.ult. nay find It naotwaary to abed lM al toter*aia dnrin the neat raw months. Our ronanaaon :. aaktd U rn-operate by exerclaiai the utmost acosany In th^ aaa of Bittrietty. nartlcmlarly dsarfear the Peak period telwe, n CM and lit a-ax utU farther MUN. A CHEERFUL mind so often goes with a healthy body. To maintain good health, uWt forgtl eswrntial Inner CUanitnesi. Andrew* not only provides a sparkling, refreshing drink — it helps to keep you clean inside as well. It functions by cleaning the mouth, settling the stomach and toning up the liver. Finally, Andrews gently dears the bowels. Take this "fazy" drink whenever you need refrwthing. One teaspoonful in a glass of water i* all you need ANDREWS UVERSALT THE* IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE*



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tltlDAV. NOVEMBER 17. 1I5U BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE CLASSIFIED ADS. IN TELETHONS MEMOatlAM Oh i mT of Eiiiabcth Eoesare. leap on Noxrmbn Itth. IMS W irai, Whan e ayall Upon trial latent ehar* WMr. ,xi the glortout eun iW ana But ihiwt loi ntnMN Mr SI Aubyn Ma d a m lUAA Mn Dona roater KMUNBI. UH Viol* PTM %  CS.AI aUter>. Mr Orvi!)* Budgm Mi Katlh Fo-W ifa/endeaaet. Mr UHM Eoner -eon-in-lawi. ITIJC-In yr. 1SAMEMA S4UlBea*. who depart I'm life November ITth IMI. Dee* Hi our hraita lie. a picture afar* prrrUnii lhan allver or (aid l of aur darling tnMMr And i Ever Stella. ,-e the rt wllh God ..emueraal by Olge. A w S MB a l S n Ward. Dale* Milurei grand-children and great IOU SALE AUTOMOTIVE A-l ] U.-rl. aadan 10.000 mUn PeaBM 3lu* foi Appomtmant II II SS-an rawest IBI <*' Apply Oil Jordan. I..mk Hall. St. Michael ELECTKICAL, Bn-ah up tor Chrletmaa wllh a new 1.II.1IIH Ant IT* Chooa* from our beautlful aeaortmenl of bowl and hanging lining. See them at our new mowroon. Plantation, naw build in| lawet Brood S'.reet Em t age Electrical Co 2nd floor. Plantatlona Bid Lowar Broad Street. Dial Nil IT II 80—an BARRETT ELECTRIC ADDTNfi M.\i Htsr ... m. At Ralph Heard'Show Room. Mtrdwood Alley I-I..H* M< HI 11 1* 3" I lit INK %  t-UOLBRATOK r.al.1* At Ralph Beard'* Hardwood Alley Choi* **B4 IBM * -i WESTINUIIOl-Hi: '. oiblc Fridge in Frfert working order al Ralph Board %  how Room lli.rd.L-Hl Allev h... 18.11 ~i mtMTl-KK FTRNITURENew aluhogar,' Dining Chair.. Tub Ch.ylr* mul Morrlo Chain, iilao Mahogany Vanillaand Draeaitg Table*. A good aaaorlmenl ol Dining T-t-MW and Household furrUliir* a RALPH A BEARD'S -how room. Hard. wood Allev Open dally from a a.m l.i LIVESTOCK MUIXS Suitable lor PM • v ... MISCELLANEOUS K COFFEE A freah %  hlpmeiil **r> popular packaged Coffee tin. arrived and la obtainable Iron grocer. 11.11 M—In HOUSES AVBMORS — Cot: Collymerr hot! and BrMlena X Rd 1 beet, a*,— aery.int. mom. Garage Mod**" romrni. enee. FtuR Tree*, plenty ol apace for KlUhen Oarde*. Dial MM. RRAMBLEY. Watarford Gap. St Ml% %  I,on. N.-vtmliii 1. fully („mlah*d leatewnc* For partarulan. Phono JOSt MUMtin. CAR—Prof on IT II • FRrxoa *.t Jam low available I. rant By month Vacant Now Da Jin Fully rurnlahod and equippec Eacellent aoo bathing. Private Beai-i Cook. Butler available. Tel tl-5* Appeuitnaant to .la*. 3 II SO-t ( i FLAT—Bmall comfortable unfurni*h*1 Flat al aUgakBMtt M aaiaa, St Michael Vacant now. For furUior parllculan pbona Z30. Wllklnaan A Hajme* Co Ltd Office 1 11V I I. FI-AT HaaMlnga. Dining Rooma, KlUhenetla. Court. Palm Beach Drawing and Verand-ha. Pantry. All modern ronairy near the tea. rnbei -JM Ap| M3I or m Ulltoan. FLAT Upatarra FUt. at -C'lift . dmr Bay Btreet. Phono Mlaa A.m, Qrlffllh Hot u n.9" B .lied Flower Dow at road loading to MaarwoHl Cooat near the M*, It haa Veraixkah. Drawlrat and Dln.r-a room.. 3 Bedrooma. Kltrricnatt*. nrrranl'a room. Gatage. Fully furruahed including Heingeiator App/v lo D'Art-y A. aVotl. Magailna Lan, 19.11 SO—4" Tbr Ctleriafjf SrMol *T PBTIB Thar* will b* an entrance • %  amlnail"" thl> rh.l on Monda* *lh lleromber 1 la.M a.m Application* together w.th baiMiamal CertuVaiaa ahould reach the Acting Hiadrnarter b. pot not later man " November 1 VN"TD) — Navy Garden*. I Bad %  tin Servantroom. Oarage. Mnden .^nvetilenoaa. Kitchen Garten Flowa Ftull Tree*, Lawn. Applv t Yvonat Telephone MM !• II.M In WANTEB Tbr Barbades Aqualir Huh Minn TO Ml Will KNotice ra heretry given that tn accord nc* with Bui* %  ma Club will be loerd to Member. on TIUIIMIA* FF1DAV *th. UatLT HOUSI <• %  *< % %  age. pr*vlo %  alary eapeetod to . CLERK Reply i experience and No. M CO AdvoMISCELLANEOUS BOXXa — AM hind* of Cart Boiej .othar lhan corrugated \tn>V Advoa ""1. St..... WANTED TO BENT Car-Reliable approximately 1U or at lea.t one III month I *..ilt I1T IT II S LOST FOUND LOST -i. liable raw Knlghli Phoei I'INKINt; SHFARS-g', Inch*. longMade from high grade Heel Note our mw price—Only 110 ill pet pair ObMlimblc (rom Harrlaon. Hardware Dei Broad ntrert %  •I Hl.ir SALES UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER in tttj by order ol Mr. W. H UaM e will *l| hi, H„ uw appoinlrwnu at %  Bavarly". Oarrtaon. which Dining Table laeal 10i Very nlo i BKwboard Bonk .he I f. Chair* and Horke Upright Clutlr* it. Laaj.*. DeK with Cildllona. I Table-. Flat Top D"k. Round Tip-Top Dining Table, all Hi Mahogany Plniio (Byilani EMcIrv Floor Lamp, Cird T-bU>. E....111 Top Table. Largo Uphola. Arm Chair. OUaa and China, rialad and Sliver War*. Ea.tr* Ihahea. Dinner and Fruit ervlraa. Nargo Refrigerator 1 perfect 1', vrarii. Congo Mi m. Iron Safe. Portable Elect 11c NVwIiig Machine. Ping-Pong Table. Bedntoad. aprlng -nd bed. Oarata C*mp^clum Ulrd. Prew, Yanlt. Table %  Triplet Mlrror.1 .11 In Mahogany. aVtaaaa. ngl* Metal Redeic,,,! Sp.inga and bed*. Good Dunloptllo B.1I: Pjinlc.l Furnltur* In Single Iron Bedatead. Priaaw. Dreaalng Table. Comblnattan Pr*Bi and Draaaang Table. 3-Burner Oft lavtnf, OrwM, Klichrn Tabaai. Larder. Kitchen Utrntlli. Hoar and "il-.n (warp Bole 11-30 o-cock. Term. Caah BRANKER, TROTMAN A CO. AacUogtrcni '111 ID n. By liutructlona received 1 will aali il "Trelaw-ney". near Pavilion Court. Harllngi on Wcdncaday n**t Bnd NncinDrr. beginning al 'B-tO an enllr* lot of houarhold furniture whloh lncludai Manog. and painted deaka. Math Tub Chain, plant etool*. R.i.h Cnal Rocker., and Settee. Kidney table*. Upholstered Mahog. Antiqu* Chair caalera. Book h*lvaa. Carpet, III Ore painted dining table with 4 Chair*. fclahog. Serving Titile. Several painl peaaawa, Mahog and pMnled dmal tabkar, Mtrror*. Simmon* Bedstead, wltn -prtnga and Mattrewe.. Iron Cola with MMtreaaea. Electric Stove. Pine lablca. Liquor Can* Several painted laulee ann Chair*, ill Cootaralor. OJaai Jan. Larder Florence Slove and Oven. Lot of Cutarr Claaa War*. Aluminum Saucepa n *. Plate* and Diana*, and paveral other llama too auanraaa to n e* n Mo.. Term. Caah. D'ARCV A. SCOTT. Auctioneer. HJaJS SB. Counter at Knight. Soda ackage of BillIPInki. d altered for i*tum. 1 Pharmacy. 1*1110—In CONSOLATION TICKET Road, Aanlc 11.. PERSONAL ..ye puoile are he-cby wtuned Mia giving cr.-di' lo -ny wif* 1LI RA>.r I L*j MclNTOHH nd Thuredaye II noon to a.m Owe** for .bora will b* racelvad in %  colaa F. B. Beeaa. Bovall Luaaa Bww... Bri*w*tpn nTsa-l.ln P1H1.M 1SOTMES HARBOUR LOG SHIPPING NOTICES NOTICE la hereby given that rl M the n^i^ •J ua> Vawy f thparyah of hni JL" "*"' Marhael aa cm* la be introduced ..lo t£h T^it*-!l th* Houae af Aaaaenbl. of t %. ^thonamgI Ihe .d V, ... to \\*Z V^JL^ abaa loan not ncarting ElO.aoo to pro. Y _.. vide rMroapactita p., to, raaaal > ee* anal taat aaeataMi had atafT of law Veetny. the Cornmlaatoner* of Hriiin ...I ill olher parochial eeagaoyoea of the aid ariah auch In Carlisle Bay Lad I th* 1 let annually trarraafter out of the take, paiiah until paid C B REDMAN Clerk. BV Muh.ai Voairy NOTICE TBS FASaSB Of "T HTM Appllcallor* IVeauy Ea'.ibit Schaol will be 1 ugned up to No AajBaweSaa* I ,1 l>e gMaSvaM > off.ee il. rkM ftMawBJ Thuredav. 1000 U. 100 • 10DO lo II00 Noon y. far the Calcridg* xcivau bv th* under ember BRh. IM0 na a.el full particular. Ihe Pararhlal Tie— YewM Oragaan. Brit. Kntarp. .at % ABSIVAia MV Jenkiiu Puabertu KB •„, Capl Watnn. from Naaaau S.S Fbrt Amherai. I Sat tone not 1 Keen, from St Vine**.). M V. Cartbbe*. loa ton* net. Oumba. from SI Kilt Schooner Sun.hlna R. U Ion. Capt Barn*., flam Martinique ss Planter, i.ei* tu net. Natnden. from BarranQuilla MPASTIBS* S.S Fbrt Amhent | •* ma* net Kaon, 'or Martin ague Seawell ABBIVAUi B> n 1 y 1 Praaa TrlnMUd— Bertha Bbuth. Arthur Da Urn* June I avaraii*. William L*v*ret. Mowarn Ettla. Aura Eviti. naiph Carrhe I The M V %  MoraHu will arc Cargo and Paaaa n gaw. Donueiara Anngi Canadian National Stcainsliiiis ..11 aaaaaaa a Mil ISSOl NO Alfci De Lin A'd I.A.U Baal Louli Pteher Far ABIIgaa— Caaford Mima). Glad>. Unrr-i M. tella Peet.ln. Enid Baaharda. For St 1. MI 1 COM %  or iM.iia.a— Albert Gall. Malta Gait Cweryl O.. 1 Judith flail. Helen G-ll. H Maria Pampellone. ClothiMIe PampaShin*, Edwin DaCo.la, Ranvllle (It.v B>it. George. Reuben Daah. Thelma Vleua, ChuhUde Vleir... Harold Eckel. I *U* j-.......! Mgj %  .1 Ba 1 1 Bwatp There e laawBl In Touch with Barbs dot Costal Station Cable and Wlratea .Wrat Indlea. Ltd advie* that Inev can now comm.mlcaie with the f.-Howma Una* tbrough than Uarbedoa Coaat Station R V*: 1 b ohl.in.kln al .11 Slorai *fl J^g: 1 Priwd: \ W£ J I i aaaai i fc. ISV || 2 ounce lflc. 1 *1A 1 1 % %  ui ...I H e 1 a> j 1 imim ,1 itr 1 ^ fot W..! order of the Commuter. H P HPENCF-H Se.i.'..rv IT II K^-n. NOTICE FMMrilSI daeeaael SIHTON I Michael In Of fh* l'r ho died m NOTICE IS IIEREBY GIVEN lhai Kmmellne Balhla B I th* pariah of s> i.nd and format L.,te of America iUrid on the Bh day of June. ia*. h*r*l.v required to aend i" P-V" J their clalma. duly alteated ,d*i.lgned Tlinothy Thaophllu. Haadkry. 1he Public Truati laland of Barbado. BTldgelown on or I Ik-nlai publir Itulldlmlfor* th* Itrd dav whwh dale I ahall ocacd lo dlitrlbuia deceaaed among tnt thereto having roga... .lalmi Of Which I ahall then have rollce and I will not be. IfcaMS t* a. el. or %  Bsn partle* p.,',1 Iherenf aa dUSrtbuted r oeraona of Who** debt MAIL NOTICE Jo, will ivti Chinese Reds /Vim Tn Protect Manchuria I From Russians OFFICIAL BARBADOS TUCSON, ARIZONA. Nov. H Admiral Chester Nimitz foni' %  er United Slates CUsJ, "f tt Naval Staft* declared in an inMtrview here that Chinese Communists had used the Korean twar us an excuse to mov tro<." into Manchuri.-i t.i protaCI .' ." 11 > s T i Russlu. [Il Admiral BSHlllSlBTl l' : oern. indaWad to ih* >aid I Ihe Chinese had now between %  ._ _.-d io aetile ihei' 130O.OOO and 500.000 troops in Miiiuliurui. and he was convinced that troops wenthereto protect Manchuria from th Russians and to secure China'ff share of the Y-lu River hyrq%  it'.'iin power. "Mao knows lhat it the loi of the Chinese people i% to be improved Manchuria's production %  is indispensable. The Ru'siu 1 would like to see a good porti<-'> J of that production flowing i i wards *he Soviet Union." %  SBBSr (II. GLE. IIU^SAII VMI^H (Frasvch Line) S.S. "OASCOONESsUinsj IB lalBWad .\ !'i I l>er Sth. 1950 S.S. "GABCOGNr* Sailing lo FM-YMoiTII A I.K IIAVRK via Martinique and Gundnloupe N ber 14th. IBB* S.S "COI-OMBIE" Sailing tn Trinidad. La Guayrs. I Cartagena and Jamaica INvember Uth, ,NI S.S "COIeOMBIK" Sailing lo PLYMOUTH I.K HAVIl Msrttniqiif and QtaatMoupB Dl 17th, 1BS0 All ihiiM iirreiitiiiK P.i—cngern. Cargo and Man iS "GASCOGNF (S "COLOMBIE For further partlci R. M. JONES First Class Passages Only. First. Cabin and Tourist Class Pnssages. >rs applv to: — & CO.. LTD.-Agents. i-,-.-^.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.MAPLE LEAF'S FLOUR Makes Bread at its BEST THAT'S WHY BAKERS SHOULD INSIST ON notice And a., v !" %  -: —;— ._,,.. e.tale ate iequ*rt*d t" ^'t* i„a,biMn— i.n. u i *'" _, „. s m.. a. |gr l*ublic Tru tee Executor ol <"• Will of E..,melll>e Balhl. B..iton. dec !" NOTICE ,,._ ASSISTANT 00 or APPKAI. %  Eauliahte Juri*dlclHu> frLVS D COSTA SMALL Court in lha the lath day notice to all I light oi II..'.' In piec* ol Defend at Order in IB %  have action made f October 1**0 r£t it< having aneeteCHRISTMAS IS FAST APPROACHIM. and wo ha** XMAS CRACKERS, XMAS TREES. TOYS. Come la early and salad fours. THE n:\ui ii iMi-aim i# (CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD.—Proprietor.) Cornor of Broad and Tudor 5tr.t.. gi----l3KA -:--WEST re affecting parcel of I •tan'/tlon a_, ln | Michael jnd laland afor |..-., Ii: S "' i' perch*, or I thlrt, nine Bulling and % % %  %  %  e n a .rr iiu:e of an* Alleyn* dae*n of Orowett*. Plantation • T Pain* and other* on I. laic of EMward BCOtt and %  %  ith 1h*.t her.. >' be eaaaninad M mon mf Ti.e-laor niday betworn the rum.. tnooni and 3 O'clock in the afteenoo" at the Ofnc* of the Clerk f "'•. AulMant Court of Appeal al th* CntiH Houae. Brldgatown. Befor. IfNO. In order IBM may b* ranked acrorama tur* and prloritv Uteieoi ....... otherwla. airh perea. • HI prrcliided ft tun Ihe D*i>*H' •) %  ,14 Decree, and be depnvad af an igalnat th* aaid prop*rtto the (..peeth el-II ea p.*iiotlnrd fiat hasm dilmed CUIntam. ar* aiao n-i.-t aiiri.ii ihe aald dav. the STth dar of n*eaat>er l.i o'clock a m when their — be lanhad. Olven under my hand tn f October U Ag. Clerk I OFFICIAL SALE I have been Inatruetad by Imuranoe Coto eell on Thuraday i Jttd Norembar at 1 o'clock at lha ] o' ta* Court*.y Gang*. Oaw at. g Chevrolet Car damaged by are engine and tyre* are intact It can ea.llv converted Into a plcK-up T Cash. DAKT A BCOTT 11 1 I WlP tell by Public Compclition •• my office VICTORIA STREET, D. rkiDAY. ma ai i p.m. JO *a ft. land at Chadderton Boad-Beinyonl DlasrkTt with board and ehlngjle houae nrf-.tabung open gaJlary. J atdae—draaraaBsaal. > baaVoo ms uaual em %  sTraa aa. me-acllon and condition, of rt,, ^V%Su KcKBTfZr*. Mflat B> TVESDAY Hit at I pm TAYLOR"' OAJ'. MARTLNDA1XR ROAD Uoara and Shlr.gW Hoviae. will K.icnen Cloaet-I* aheet. Galranl • Iron pellng< Sla* It ag B. To be removed CAAH ft ARCHER Me KENUE. il 1 SEAL. r.MAI'h IJ>-atllD*Oua* known a. "Bellevua %  tending on land, of Oreeme rUllDeyelopmee.1 Ud. al The Stream. ChsW Church, at preaenl tenanted br BW lUgti Lcacli The houae contain, open .rtendah on three .Idea. Draw In.; | room and ath. LIQUOR I.IC KNSi; NOTICE !'• Mill M Th* agaall ration of Neville Everton Olll of Wat*a Vlllag*. St. George. Ihe haldsr af Laauor Licanae No MI Of 'W.-t graiiww In laepect of a board and ahinglad ahop attached to reeldence at Walt. Vlllag*. St Oeorg* to remove aald Llcenaa to a board and ahlngle .hop attached lo r* al da nc* between the houre of 11 nwaS PI _asi1 t oclock ... the anarnoan on ftkla> the Blh day of r^ernaw ISM aU certain piece laiand r>n* rood thirty nine perrhea .i about' bulling and bm*ndig %  of the **U.le of one A""" 0 *^ landa of T Payne and other. I law or lale of Edward Bcotl a ARGENTINA ACCEPTS BRITISH PROPOSAL BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 14. Argentina accepted a Bi lli*< proposal for the renewal of J tniMiiiUAiiUuotic "Iruw" BeOi rdmii to mfurmed Forelgri Mill istrv circles. Under thfr trUOf*. Argentina. Chile and Britain would undertakinol to make naval demonstraliona in Antarctic waters before the end of 1951. Ail three countries have usrcTlapping pu In the' AuurcUc regl'ins ,'//////<•//-'-' IN THE *Um OF THL (OMPAMS ACT I.IIU CENTRAL IOLNORY LTO. Notice is hereby iven ili.it the TrunslYr ItiMiks ol the Compuii. will be closed frnrn the l.tftt fl i\ "' Nirml.fi. 19511. Iii the Kth clay "1 Ih-eemlier. IfM, hnth du>H inclusive. By order ut the Rnurd oi lliin hull. f.ARNET ST. HILL, Seeretury. IB II Mi—In -'--,'-'-'--.*.'.o',*,'.'--: py-v//MWVrV/.vM'r'A; Now You Can Ever Belter Than Before SB Sfaj betwern lha Iaold for a Dated lhi< aweaaading rnsai rur* until trw am. I leaa than ESS a rr of October 1*5*1 OllJUJt v-IUioul Mlrrnra -Linen Preeae Vanltla*. Bi m plr Drea leg TableScreen rramae. WaaheUnd< Niahi CtMtrs-Bingle and r>o..ble Bed. leada. Bed.. Cradwa. Dining. Kitchen and Ea.*. i nd Bedroom Cabinet.. I*rdei Hagsona Liquor 1'ia. alorrl. and other Sultea an I wparat* lip.. Rrrgerr Ber tat-. and TUB Ctuare. Rnckare and Sell*** Rm-drarh Bank <**' an>SBB fjgfrDoo, M#Ui Btg lur w oo Bench*, abort and long Tub*. Ironing and T*.i< lluaida—3> feet Ci-.d... |l„_ llargaln. MB! Bird Cag* LS. WILSON THATAIOAR STHETT Dial *l SAVE $ $ $ IIIWIS BIGGEST SEASON'S SALE LATEST DRESS GOODS Reasonable TWEEDS Household nnd ii (ioods varictv -t OWERHt I / LOWEST PRICES IN HAW WeV/.V/. WW W Vev' Vwwwww-Jwwww*-a-LIIIIW FOR SAIL % %  r.ing water and Electricity throughoui lnaimlliai an application to th* tenant between the houre of > p m and t p m. Th* above will ba aet up lor aale at Public CaaspaUtMn at our CMT.CHo i j .-. !S'feef. SHaaaaaana, SB F-lay v'T>ber 1M0 at 1 p m YXARWOOD a> ROYCE. aj MeMan BOX Acamm PINE HILL (East f Bank ROBSB) Substantiallv built stone house. Standing In one enclosed by wall, and about S>-j acre-t outside of wall: livinn room, dining room, large verandah, four bedrooms, two baUirnoms, kitchen, garage for two ears, four servants rooms; well laid out gardens, flower as well as kitchen, lawn, root and quiet location. Further particular* from the toic AtffiU* BARBADOS REAL rho~ sue u 00 r 0) > •49 * motoring :• 0 s | •: 3 CHARLES McENEARNEY & CO. LTD. CREAM OF COH9I9TENT QUALITY ALWAYS a FRESH STOCKS NOW AVAILABLE T GEDDBS C.KANT I.TII.— AI!<-II!N. I GENTLEMEN! Win. FOGARTY LTD. has many new items that should feature, in your Wardrobe. an.in si or.\i.iiY TWEEDS & TROPICAL SUITINGS that will help to keep you in the belter dressed bracket. SHIRTS, TIES, SOCKS & SHOES. hnve ail just been opened to meet your Xmas Requirements. I'l>as,cull •urhi...it irill *• a Itlcusiirf lo iillfiul you. Wm. FOGARTY LTD. •^*^*^^*^^*e'^v.'^-'eC*-*^--*.'-v*-o^o^>,'-o'*vl ) I



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Friday Xturmbrr 17 1 5 0 Barbaims locate FIVK KBNTf r Jl Farouk Wants U.K. Troops To Quit Egypt 6t Truman Maintains Fair Deal" Policy WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. PRESIDENT TRUMAN told his press conference that he would continue to support his "fandeal" programme and its eventual enactment by Congress. This was the first public statement by the President on the programme since last week's Congressional elections, when the Republican Party made substantial gains at the expense of the Democrats. mid he hud aban. SIMM! JULIOT-CURIE OPENS WORLD PEACE CONGRESS IN WARSAW LONDON. Nov. 16. The Communist backed Second World Peace Congress transferred from Sheffield after the British Government barred many leading delegates was opened in Warsaw tonight, Warsaw radio reported. Delegates Irom all parts of the world greeted with deafening applause the arrival In the meeting hall of Professor Frederic': JoTlot-Curle. French Atomic Scientist and Chairman of the World Peace Committee, the radio said. A brass band struck up Chopin Polonaise. Professor Joliot-Cunie opened the Congress with t.000 delegates present. He thanked the clt> KM the warm welcome given to them. The opening ceremony wa* liroadcast by radio stations in Cominform countries Including Warsaw. Budapest and Prague and Soviet Zone transmitters in Germany. The city was decked with flags and banner* for the Congress. Bomb scars and nt appoint AM American Ambassador to Spain. The President said that the decision of the export-import bank to go ahead with the loan programme to Spain did not represent an) change in the administration's policy. That policy had been that it was a matter for the bank to decide. Mr Truman said he was reluctant to appoint an Ambassador lust now, before he could be convinced that the appointment was necessary. —< Reuter.) ACHESON WILL CARRY ON WASHINGTON. Nov 16. President Truman to-day said that Dean Acheson would continue as United States Secretary of State despite criticism of him during the recent Congressional election campaigns —Renter. Berlin Police WillBeAr/med BERLIN. Nov. lb Three Western Commandants Berlin to-day authorised city police authorities lo arm west Berlin policemen and train them in the use of weapons, it was announced to-day. The announcement said that the three Commandants had reached this decision "in the interests of public security." The weapons will be of a type "normal to a modern polli force" the announcement said. In the last week east Berlin agents were alleged to have abducted one west Berlin AntiCommunist propagandist, and had tried but failed to kidnap ft second. The three Commandants announced six weeks ago thit they expected the coming winter to be a turbulent period and said that full precautions would be taken to deal with any emergency. The first British tanks, ton 34ton Comets arrived in Berlin city this morning as part of the general move to give occupation forces here "stronger teeth" against mob riot —Renter ReBroadcast Attempt On Truman's Life BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMANov. 18. A radio station here last night I roadcast news of the attempt .to assassinate President Truman. Hundreds of listeners who lushed to telephone stations learned that the radio was re1 loadcasting a recorded version of n programme interrupted when Ihe attempt on the President's lite was made known. Itadlo officials had forgotten •tt cut out this "interruption". —Heater '1936 Treaty Invalid' But.in's Aslviii" For Further Adjournment NASSAU. Nov.. 16. A meeting of the creditor* am. wyen i010—11 IIISJ ti* creditoi of Hullin's Bahama}. Ltd. met yenterday afternoon at the Chamberof Mr Stafford Sands, the lawyei and director of the Company. Sands told those present at thr meeting of on American syndicate of three or four their name were not revealed whe AIM.' interested In taking over the company but that it is tirst MOM sary to have experts make a survey and report on the situation He asked creditors lo wait until April IS M,-I creditoi present agreed bvii OfM lawvei had no Instruction. h*otn iMfl ..HI' i poctally clients in Eng-, land und could not main ; %  %  It \V.ir. lllidVI .In. i I th.. 1 Ilmlltl are asking tlio Supremo Court U h rt**ai djourri the winding I union until April 15 whan Uu eg 0OSJMI bnfOfO the Chief Just.ce for the third time an loonday (f.r.i THIS EXCELLENT PICTURE of Neodham* Photo Competition which was judged yc-Urdny Lighthouse was out of the antrles for the Advoi Newsprint Shortage In B. Aires Europe, Not China Is Source Of Danger Warns Churchill LONDON. Nov. 16. Winston Churchill warned Britain and her allies todav aeainst becomlnp. too much pinned down in China or its approaches "at a time when the danger in Europe undoubtedly should occupy our minds." Nepalese Rebels Capture Outposts BIRGANJ. Southern Nepal, Nov. 16, Frontline reports said to-day that Nepalese Congress insurgent* had captured three state police cutposts between Birgan) and Gour 30 miles to the east. Gour itself was still reported to be held by state tro^pf The fate of the six-day-old "Provisional Government" set up by Congress forces In Birgan} Southern Nepal is in the balance according to a Press Trust Ind correspondent ,n the town Well armed Government trcops were converging on the town and there Is evidence at Congress headquarters in Birgan) that the swoop by state forces from the heights above took them by MrprtM the correspondent said. They had planned to hold advancing state troops by guaslDJ tactics in the jungle north of Blrgani but this wooded belt proved no barrier to stale troop* the Correspondent said With their commander not on the spot and with no prospect of Immediate reinforcements Congress leaders were last night "in flagging spirits" he added. d this after War Minister Emanuel Shinwell had given tht House of Commons a review of the situation in Korea. Churchill urged Shinwell and Foieign Secretary' Bevin constantly to bear this in mind so far as they could influence the actions of their allies. Shinwell replied that he thought that was the sense of the statemen. he had already made. In this he said Britain would do all in her power to limit the extent of QM war in Korea and bring It to an and. Britain was keeping in close touch with Commonwealth Command with regard to the situation Shinwell said that reports of the presence of Chinese troops Korea In strength raised issues of International importance and these re the Security Council. the proper body for such questions Britain's casualties in Korea so far were 51 killed. 158 wounded •tad five mi*-ing. h0 -r.Kl —fteplei GREEK TROOPS SAIL FOR KOREA ATHENS, Nov. 16. A l*ttalion of Gn-ek troop* ; iled from Piraeus lodsg Ul l"t United Nations forxes In Korea A complete brigade was ongirally trained for th< BUENOS AIRES. Nov. 16. Argentine state merchant vessel Rio Diamante entered Bueno. Aires port under full steam to-day with a cargo of 862 tons of newsprint with which It is hoped to keep newspapers appearing for another few days. Rio Diamante was about to enter Montevideo yesterday when she received urgent radio orders to proceed here without delay. The order was given after the National Economic Council met in a special session to study the acute newsprint shortage which la threatening to close down many newspapers in Argentina. The shortage has been developing over a long period but attention was drawn to the present s yesterday when La Prensa Argentina's greatest newspaper Minced it had managed come out only by using special paper which was to have been ised for next Sunday's retogravure section. La Prenas, appeared again to-day after eceivlng a permit from Government to withdraw to tons from the docks where a small consignent of newsprint was being n louden" Its eonsumptlon nor.ally averages 45 tons dally. Other newspapers hit by the c-uda include La Capital of Rasario, oldest Spanish language newspaper in Argentina. L. yesterday—its 83rd anniversaryhad to reduce from 12 to six pages and to-day failed to appea*. Another outstanding provincial daily Los Andes of Mendoia reduced from 12 to eight pages. The Clarion a widely. read tabloid In Buenos Aires appeared sv with 16 Instead of 24 page* — (Renter.) High Standard Reached In Photo Competition ABOUT GO PHOTOGRAPHS wrre sent in for the Advocate Photo Competition the judging of which took place yesterday. Owing t.i liie excellence of the entries, the judges had much difficulty in deciding the winners. Quite %  numbei of Uie photogtsUkTM sent in were quite good ] IM Uie standard of work very high, but some photographers did I not pay enough j. Mention lo thei plctura and light dusk I 'naiks on ihe prints. [ The subject matter certainly did j not lend itself to beauty as most of the historical places in the islam: are on the drab side: hence the Judging took place from the oiiginahty of angle and quality of Russell Urges Use Of Atom NEW YORK .Nov 16 The British philosopher Brrt rand Russell said here last night that the atomic bomb should be uaeH "immediately" If Russia started a war "Unless we uss it we have very little chance of winning", he addRusscll who was last week 'arded the Nobel prize for literature, said he saw the possibilits war with the Soviet Union although he hoped it First price went lo a very original angle shot of the irongati leading into the Jewish Cemetery, Ahnh was filled In with cement .ind mortar only this week. Second prize was another good angle ihot of St John's Church "Id * %  void and the third prize went to a .,.„„,,. r ,,, r „,,,„, issrjXE.""' •" ,, ""* d Kremlin • mood, hj mild. "It dors r om lhe pol „ t o( vlew „, „„ not Mem to or thur intention nt historiciil exhibition. Ihew. picpresent urM „„. wvlt wortn gomg to ^ 5* ??!^J!5L!ff*! I""., when the, ao on 5how at the Muaei p. large to be thoroughly subdued. also urged that Western wers should "sot down precisewhat acts of Russian aggression could not he tolerated "at iy price". The West also must Cantzoj' retirm aK 'thickly as possible and (not leave Germany out." he said Beater Australian Railmen Vote To End Strike ADELAIDE, Nov 16 Railwaymcn in South Austral! • o-day voted overwhelmingly 19 nd their 32 oay old strike which ... has involved 19 unions and ha* %  munlst activities in tho sUt> disrupted Industry and food sup"prejudicial to the malnteruinc *—Realer \ aw and order."-—Realer Madras Lifts Ban On Communists MADRAS. Nov. 16. The MadriiH Government to-d u hfted a year old ban on tin O n munist Party and 35 Allied organ i.sutlons following a High Court jiulgmenl which held the ban to be "void and ultra-vires" under ihe constitution The ban was imposed in September 1949, when the Government comldcre-1 ComFirst I'rize was won by Kobcrt W Hell of 3rd Ave Belleville Second and Third prizes were won by A. E Hughes of Sun Flow. e. Navy Gardens. Prize winners are asked to call u\ the ICdltorial Office of the Advscate on November 30 between 10 and 12 o'clock in the morning for their prizes. Will Not Depart From Fundamental Principles CAIRO, HOT. 16 ^INQ FAKOUK told the Egyptian Parliament to day that his Government wu demanding "total and immediate" evacuation of British troops and the unity of Egypt and the Sudan under Egyptian law. Opening the new Parliamentary session in Cairo's domed Parliament building, the King said that his Wafdst Government now considered the old Anglo Egyptian Treaty of 1936 no longer a "suitable basis for relations/' and that it would "persistently and unhesitatingly continue its efforts to realise national aspirations King Karouk making his first public appearance for months had driven from the royal palace in a heavily escorted crimson Rolls Royce car through crowded streets ttntd by soldiers with fixed bayoneU. Freight Insurance Rates Tt China Cut LONIH1N Nov 141 Insurance rales covering ship* ping to most Chinese Ocean port* south of Shanghai, were dropped to-day from £S to £2 per C I (in Ixiiulon iimlei >v i ilei > .iniiinin. i-o the reduction in premiums cover ing war, strike, riot anil civil con* motion risks. Exceptions are Formosa which remains at ten shilling* per £100 mid Hongkong Kowloon and Macao, where risk U ,1 (he rate ..f lln i £100—Renter. $10,000 Hone Box Cornea For T.T.C. PORT-OF-SPA IN. Nov. 14 *>>•" • "•"Mt.lp "tt !" mi Star" arrived In Trinidad yester day, it had on board a mobil< hoise ho* which was ordorod b> Ne.il i.tid M.ss> I.Ul.. of Port-of Spain, for the Trinidad Turf Club The cost Is around f 10,000. II con tains side and rear walk-ups foi The Liberal constitutional leader llusw'ln Meyknl Pasha who was deprived of the ProtldMicy of the Senate or Upper H by royal decree last summer and replaced by Zaki El Oraby (Wafdst) did not attend, neither did the i-i in. n..a oyiw*tM> lender Ibrahim Abdul Hady Pasha. former Prime Minister The speech was read by Mustahw El Nahas Pasha. Prime 2 Bombs Damage Of/ices In Rome ROME. Nov. 10. Two bombs exploded almost simultant-uusly In the centre of Home, early this afternoon, one %  Hiking the otner of the Italian Republican'Party and the other Master. In It the King said huiuiging the office of the Italian Socialist Unity Party Police said they did not think there had been any victims though damage in both offices were extensive. Fire engines were rushed to the scenes of the explosions where short lived Ares had sorted. Several damaging but victimless explosions have occurred mostly in the offices of Italian Itight-wing Parties in Home in the last few days. Police have said that they believed the authors of tho exnto Horn were members of the Italian FuscUt Social Movenivn i The Italian Socialist Unity Party t one of whose ofrlres w rtsmagrci I to-day. Is the youngest of llatV* J three Socialist parties According to police, the bombs J were crude machines consisting of :<.irdboard boxes filled with explosives—Renter. lie I.. |K ated by one person because of ib coll spring devii-11 can also accommodate four horses nt a time with special compartments fo> lour attendants. This is the first of its kind to arrive in Trinidad Mt'tminft Rebels Attack French SAIGON, Nov. 14. Victminh rebels attacked a Kit-iich convoy killing three Kiemh soldiers and wounding seven others on the Saigon 1-ocninh road yesterday A military spokesman said the attackers were dispersed bj French aircraft and artillery but set fire to 10 civilian lorries and damaged three military vehicles. Civilian casualties were not yet known —Renter U.S. Put More Controls Qn Drug Export Ths U.S. Had No Intention Of Carrying On War WASHINGTON. Nov 16 President Truman said today that the United Slates had "never at any time entertained any in• earn hostilities into China" The President read a statement on the situation caused by Chinese CommunistB intervention in Korea to his we-eklv press conference after a luncheon meeting With the Bouillon %  of State Dean Acheson WASHINGTON. Nov lo. %  Commerce Department announced yesterday licensing eontiols on the export of all sulfn drugs and antibiotics such a* pontelllin and %  trooaonaFotn to ail countries except Canada Th Control! effective from next Sunra i% %  %  sarj '"' national •eciiril*" the Department snid. —Reutrr. U.S. Plane Crashes InFlamea: Crew Sale France, Nov 16. MONTPEMKit. Bouthorn An American military piano i.i'-in'il in flames over a mountain near hero last night. All 11 members of the crew parachuted down safely. Ten were found and one was still Hissing this morning The aircraft a B. 50 "atom bomb carrier" was baaed near London and was an a "routine training flight" an American Emba*N .npokesmar .aid -H.IIU-I M\ < lovernment considers thai the treaty has ceased to be %  < suitable basis for Anglo-Egypt!an relations. It has therefore become inevitable to decide upon Its cancellation and arrive at new clauses bused on other principles likely to meet with your approval —namely the total and Immediate evacuation of Ilntish troops and ihe uolty of Egvpt and the Sudan under the Egyptian crown. My Government proclaims that it will never depart from those fundamental principle*. It is profoundly convinced that the British recognition of these principles would be tho surest guarante*I for the maintenance of peace ughout the Middle East. *N Treaty Radod MM what may. my Oovornt will persistently and unhesngly continue Its efforts to reallae national aspirations. It will Dot fail to take alt measure* lo fulfil its Alms especially that of proclaiming an end to the 1036 Meaty because it is in contradiction of the United Nations Cha-t* The King then denounced "aggression" against "martyred Palestine"' iuij .said that the •misery Rtid dismay suffered by Arnh refugees will remain a Slaekspot on humanity until the • on pace 1 TELL THE ADVOCATE THE NKWN Ring 'in Day or NlihL WT THE ADVOCATE PAYS FOR NEWS. U.S. Lend Spain %62m MADRID. Nov 16 The Marshull Plan administration's announcement of the opening < f the $62,500,000 credit for Spain through the E*port-lmporl Bank made front page news In the Spanish press to*day but there was no editorial comment Financial circle* here expressed pleas ure nt what they consfderel Justice finally granted to Spain They appeared to think R wax a step towards the inclusion ol Spain in the United Nations. —Rawer U.N. Forces Drive B ack Red Defenders ing that it was "to prevent any and patrols TOKYO, Nov United Nations forces to-day enemy movement furthe. pressed relentlessly on CommonWorsening weather an brt defenders who are trying to mng to hamper United dig in for the winter efforts to force the I General MacArth South miles without serious trotihl bOffnV-'l-.T ue. -. f£?*i^ l ?? n 5om *' Staff Officers believe, used the word "offensive" for the ... w ,. hoil „ d-,.,-. !" 4n h first lime In months He described ^ f?w week, boS TSSm woS of an offensive saying that the -.uiem-,M Ih .„„,.. United Nations were "certa* 'i>t losing the war," they were "not even op the defensive", but their "offensive advai, %  slow becauae "we do not cane to h our necks out anH leave our job but lhl< J flanks expossd." I..:: Checked On th* East coast tinned H tiuns forces annihilate a O hed another 2 lillla to attack road convoys, and disappearing before reinforcenif^its arrived Oarsarnl KaoArwiur'i n-.,.i qusjftari announced to-day thr.! .J _-,u r i most troops In the nnrlhemmcs*. attempt u bad marine. MUf ^ ^ b-B f||lly cqul|) Ied with "suitable winter clothing" from Chongjin in the north-east 'own comer The scene of the fight wa : disclosed Thirty American Superforts had on Wednesday "cut and raxed the 'nil and road junction" of Har-nnounced t"A mixed force including TurkUnited Nations troops to-day ish, British and Philippine menlargrd further their 10 mil-fs fantry tackled the Increasing bridgehead North of CltiJiusehon KU erlfla foreea lehtnd the front ^"JJ; k River in the West. Staff Officers, predicted that $ later rclu.cii to token"! British and Australian Iroopi guerilla activity would grow as Superfort crews re|>rted tht.t uroe of one battalion on the ad-1 The spokesman refused to doaft*r entering Pakrhon. seerI wtatet dasfotoosid. Bupply rnutag the centra was "compleUly wiped lot of the United Nations. Inno the present militiry objective the recent bitter fighting drove a wero now being menaced by small out" by 40.000 Incendiary bombs. —Router, of the United Nations beyond gayfurther mile without opposltioi, groups swooping dow D from the northwest. It day IT'S THE TOBACCO THAT COUNTS



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PAGE T70 BARBADOS ADVOCATE Cahib Ccdlwq B.G. Contain M R. ami MRS. GEOKGE CAMACHO and their three children r Hun Wi io %G. yeaterdiv l B.W.I.A They were in Barbados lot a I moat six months. Mr Camacta who Is with B.C. and Trtniriad Mutual Fire Insurance Co., in Georgetown, waf on Iont~ leave. He also captained the B.G. cricket team which visited Barbados earlier this year In preparation for the W.I. tour U> England Willi C.D.C. M R. and MRS JAMES McCULLOCH who have b -en holidaying in Barbados returned to B.G. yesterday by B.W.I.A. Mr McCulloeh la with CO C in their Timber project which Is Known as "B.O Timbers. • Arrived Yesterday M R. RENE DUUEU arrived from St. Lucia yesterday afternoon by BW.1A For Grenada Holiday ISS DORIS HUTSON lett yesterday afternoon by '* W r.A. for Grenada to spend a hort holiday at the Santa Maria FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950 TURNED UP TURNEC DOWN M" M AND MRS. OROP/1E CAMACHO and family returned t* BO. ya-t.nlr afternoon by 3.W.LA. E XPECTED thij nfk owner of "Canpneld. • by the To Join Husband For Cotton Conference A RRIVING yesterday by H W.I A. for the Annual General Meeting of the W.I Sea Island Cotton Association were Mr. Frank Warneford and Mr. Ronald Cad mart of Antigua. Mr. Fred Henviile of Nevis, Capt Jack: Wlglev of St Kitl5 and Mr I'ichard Allnuit. Director of Agriculture In the Leeward Islands. The conference begins to-day. •' • sr";^"," £• ivi" s COL,N MOORE '-" < %  •M^WtaSar.t'KSrtFSS s^5r J SL. .. h "!r 2£s? !" B.O rmx^tu ,,„ %  „ ,, Merrill of Palm Beach. Florida by l>artcl who A partner of Merrill. Lynch .„ J,l.ZJ i'" "" i..'si>and wllo CO.. Mr Merrill I* alao a Direr"" Ha 1 ***" ';0 month, i| ana Waitinf? lor of Palchonue-Plymoulh Mill. with his office on Wiill Sli-ee'. Now York Staying With Relative, lh the Educatio aeorgeto BZ I A | RRlVlNO British Guiana was Mr wterday flu To Be Married Shortly a^h. ARTHUR IAMMINI. pre. %  ^** i-rletor of the Seawell Can, V1 „ teen told me yesterday UiBt his I'-aila. taho i* here for a lew mon Freeliind who liven In Holly, weeks* holiday staving with relaNtfW Yorl( recently became mtive*. His sister, Mrs Jack Marsaged to Miss Catherine Kobb also •on. and his mother who is also nt Holly. New York Tht-v plan, to on holiday from BG were at the %  married shortly, airport to meet him -w_ ., Here For Two Weeks On Short Visit n *n and Mr* I) L WILSON LEADER David *"* and their daughter Jane ar%  nment Airrived from B.G. yesterday altarport Manager, Seawell. left by noon by R.W.I A. to spend two B.W.I.A. for Trinidad yeclcrdat -weeks' holiday in Barbados stayS QUADRON Henderson. Goven afternoon on a short visit. Back To B.C. VfR KDWAHD DE FREITAS. ivi B.O. Solicitor. iio arrived here two weeks ago on holiday, rwlurnoa W> B.O. jrMrrd>t Mrs IV ]y|"* M at Cacrubnnk Mr. Wilton i with the Tractoi ..rift Motor Co ion of Sprottton service to Veneiuelefl on schedule yesterday fuming hut tinfour passenger. hooked to travel cancelled then Ap pa ren tly Ve neme Urns holidaying in Barbadoa art waiting 1o hear more details about their President's assassination before they venture bacV into their homeland. Left For St. Lucia M R. JOHN PARKINSON is In charge of Barnes & Co's Construction Depa-tmen left for St. Lueia on Tuesday b< RW.I.A. Social Welfare Adviser lk*ISS DORA IBBERSON SILVER AND GOLD MocaUt CIIAMFAQNK SATIS (IU wade law a htfhwarmant cap-V-tHoulder atnon with a turned^,,aw !" 6|f OOPff^frl Audrtt'tvu* neckline inu uvm uiih a White at the lint nifHI ol Mrs 'ioar ooid necklace bt, ec(rtM Jons* ai the Savo\, %  ''ally utam. Rupert's Autumn Primrose—13 Social Welfare Adviser, CD arrived from Trinidad yeawhich Is a dlvls'bung; son arrived from is rematnln K on for a longer hollBrJUjah Guiana yesterday by ja, I' W.I.A. to spend about n months holiday In Barbados She will b First Vlait Ktayinf at their Barbados home, 'Rosamoml-Worthing, M R HAMILTON WILSON Ad\i H SIDNEY PRMCE arrived JIu.T, vZ ui t 'Fn..i MrB WHIems" husband u. ., M from Trinidad yesterday by -one ann^lSLlSi In New^ Yo?k l,l,wl0t ot W,Ucm T,mber 0,, !t W l A nd ,B l ">' in at tb# l Beldlng In New York Trad|nf Co )n BQ Marine Hotel. Mr. Preecc'J From Trinidad "i^ %  SHit tjj(P\ KJ •M. — %  %• ?^3 v^Ha OS 'tSia* aaiaa ih ositaaa Mn. b>„ p, mnw •laaai m WeikknaeM Rapsn'. odxr otw •ajaa. "Orackau. I've never taan aafihing qssss aae shM!" .h. aaeas.e/'Iea't it amir" ..>. -h*U atsr fsaedy. "Th.( wen •>.ltwe *f then si ths Ft* to n C M at aeacsMs. Aad rhr Gip.y r Hid rf I aieh< %  Each S& •he weuU give ihc .Edwtrd. *> I muii harry *"d ktok for some." Wha I'nmnMf i in iiitumn ? .miIn hn Mothsr. But Ruptit hi* jlrevly % %  id out. On th ComoMm tit* black dog paw him. Halk.." ! i&nks. "Th,r*'. lode the SCOMN. Wbq can h* uu led England and daughter Sldl la a pupil at the '•odrington High School. Link With Nelson J AMAICANS may be interested to know that Major-Oeneral Arthur Ross Neville, new Governor of the Bahamas, has a very dose link with their island. His ki eat-greatgrandfather. Horatio . was one-time naval agent to ftnd McDonald ^'"^'""^ He was a great friend 1 l.ailey. Trinidad's Olympic sprin•' U>rrt NcUKm > %  ^Uj son was _-. ter. the best place to look would Nelson s godson. Major-Oeneral OrlfBn Park, the home of Seville it himself well known In A HR1VING from Trinidad •2ftl^sSSaa^s7t£ SeoMMd" Aoc'i.tVon "fwtbaTi !" "* ,* Wea. tX^ £u^t rf" "the the end of March 1951. Mr. dc •?'.,, !" <*"l"* f [ hl v 't "> !" I" !" Squad !" of the ngarelll who Is a Civil Servant New Zealand next month where Royal Navy. in Trinidad Is on long leave. He '"' "" take part In the Cet.tenWj rilieifslili flaatWafe. Is Senior Surveyor of the Lands n| a! Games in C hnstehureh from Wiin ruzpatrick Uraftem and Surveya Department and December 27 to January i. IB head of the British delegation of >etum for the help given to hnr \f" C FAHRAR who Is wilh the Gulf of Parta Boundary Comby the Brentford authorities Mac XYX Filzpairick Graham and Co.. mission charged with th i" coaching the players In the art arrived from British Guiana yesdemarkaUon of the submarine ol making short sprints and also trrday ufternoon by B.W.I.A. on areas of the Gulf of Paria. showing them how to get off the short visit. He was accompanied They are staying at the mark quickly. 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Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
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Publication Date: Friday, November 17, 1950
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Truman Maintains
Fair Deal" Policy
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16.
PRESIDENT TRUMAN told his press conference
that he would continue to support his "fan-
deal" programme and its eventual enactment by
Congress. This was the first public statement by
the President on the programme since last week's
Congressional elections, when the Republican Party
made substantial gains at the expense of the
Democrats.
mid he hud aban-
. SIMM!
JULIOT-CURIE
OPENS WORLD
PEACE CONGRESS
IN WARSAW
LONDON. Nov. 16.
The Communist backed Second
World Peace Congress transferred
from Sheffield after the British
Government barred many leading
delegates was opened in Warsaw
tonight, Warsaw radio reported.
Delegates Irom all parts of the
world greeted with deafening
applause the arrival In the meet-
ing hall of Professor Frederic':
JoTlot-Curle. French Atomic Sci-
entist and Chairman of the World
Peace Committee, the radio said.
A brass band struck up Chopin
Polonaise.
Professor Joliot-Cunie opened
the Congress with t.000 delegates
present. He thanked the clt> KM
the warm welcome given to
them. The opening ceremony wa*
liroadcast by radio stations in
Cominform countries Including
Warsaw. Budapest and Prague
and Soviet Zone transmitters in
Germany. The city was decked
with flags and banner* for the
Congress. Bomb scars and nt
buildings displayed huge portraits
of Stalin and Jollot-Curte.
Eeoter
Baker Torpedoes
U.K. Reserves
SAYS PAPER
BUENOS AIRES. Nov. 10,
Under the heading "knock out
to Mr. Webb." the semi-official
morning paper Desnoermela com-
mented editorially on Minister of
Fuel Noel Baker's statement in
the Commons yesterday that
prices charged for British cool to
Argentina have risen four-fold
nince 1938.
The Demorracla said: "Noel
Baker did not actually strike a
blow nt Webb's chin but he cer-
tainly torpedoed the last reserves
of the sinister rationer
After thi what will British
negotiators here say? For what
Noel Baker admits regarding coal
should also be admitted by other
ministries regarding machinery.
oiL textiles, drinks. And yet
British negotiators demand we
should charge 90 for meat for
which we charged B7 last year"
Rooter.
The President
dotted any plan of summoning
MJ meet before its nor-
n.al session, due to begin on
November 27.
This was because it looked at
though no progress could be made
before that date on an Appropria-
tions Hill and a Tax Bill
PrtsicJent Truman declined to
stale whether he would stand for
re-election in November. 1832
President Truman said today he
was reluctant U> appoint am
American Ambassador to Spain.
The President said that the de-
cision of the export-import bank
to go ahead with the loan pro-
gramme to Spain did not repre-
sent an) change in the adminis-
tration's policy. That policy had
been that it was a matter for the
bank to decide. Mr Truman said
he was reluctant to appoint an
Ambassador lust now, before he
could be convinced that the ap-
pointment was necessary.
< Reuter.)
ACHESON WILL
CARRY ON
WASHINGTON. Nov 16.
President Truman to-day said
that Dean Acheson would con-
tinue as United States Secretary
of State despite criticism of him
during the recent Congressional
election campaigns Renter.
Berlin Police
WillBeAr/med
BERLIN. Nov. lb
Three Western Commandants
Berlin to-day authorised city
police authorities lo arm west
Berlin policemen and train them
in the use of weapons, it was
announced to-day.
The announcement said that
the three Commandants had
reached this decision "in the in-
terests of public security."
The weapons will be of a type
"normal to a modern polli
force" the announcement said.
In the last week east Berlin
agents were alleged to have
abducted one west Berlin Anti-
Communist propagandist, and had
tried but failed to kidnap ft
second.
The three Commandants an-
nounced six weeks ago thit they
expected the coming winter to be
a turbulent period and said that
full precautions would be taken
to deal with any emergency.
The first British tanks, ton 34-
ton Comets arrived in Berlin city
this morning as part of the gen-
eral move to give occupation
forces here "stronger teeth"
against mob riot Renter
ReBroadcast Attempt
On Truman's Life
BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA-
Nov. 18.
A radio station here last night
I roadcast news of the attempt .to
assassinate President Truman.
Hundreds of listeners who
lushed to telephone stations
learned that the radio was re-
1 loadcasting a recorded version of
n programme interrupted when
Ihe attempt on the President's lite
was made known.
Itadlo officials had forgotten
tt cut out this "interruption".
Heater
'1936 Treaty Invalid'
But.in's Aslviii"
For Further
Adjournment
NASSAU. Nov.. 16.
A meeting of the creditor* am.
wyen i01011iiisj ti* creditoi
of Hullin's Bahama}. Ltd. met yen-
terday afternoon at the Chamber-
of Mr Stafford Sands, the lawyei
and director of the Company.
Sands told those present at thr
meeting of on American syndi-
cate of three or four their name
were not revealed whe aim.'
interested In taking over the
company but that it is tirst mom
sary to have experts make a sur-
vey and report on the situation
He asked creditors lo wait un-
til April IS M,-I creditoi
present agreed bvii OfM lawvei
had no Instruction. h*otn iMfl
..hi' i poctally clients in Eng-,
land und could not main
;
It \V.ir. lllidVI .In. i I th..1. Ilmlltl -
are asking tlio Supremo Court U
h rt**ai djourri the winding
I union until April 15 whan Uu
eg 0OSJMI bnfOfO the Chief
Just.ce for the third time an loon-
day (f.r.i
THIS EXCELLENT PICTURE of Neodham*
Photo Competition which was judged yc-Urdny
Lighthouse was out of the antrles for the Advoi
Newsprint
Shortage
In B. Aires
Europe, Not China
Is Source Of Danger
Warns Churchill
LONDON. Nov. 16.
Winston Churchill warned Britain and her allies todav
aeainst becomlnp. too much pinned down in China or its
approaches "at a time when the danger in Europe undoubt-
edly should occupy our minds."
Nepalese Rebels
Capture Outposts
BIRGANJ. Southern Nepal,
Nov. 16,
Frontline reports said to-day
that Nepalese Congress insurgent*
had captured three state police
cutposts between Birgan) and
Gour 30 miles to the east.
Gour itself was still reported
to be held by state tro^pf
The fate of the six-day-old
"Provisional Government" set up
by Congress forces In Birgan}
Southern Nepal is in the balance
according to a Press Trust Ind
correspondent ,n the town Well
armed Government trcops were
converging on the town and there
Is evidence at Congress head-
quarters in Birgan) that the swoop
by state forces from the heights
above took them by MrprtM the
correspondent said.
They had planned to hold ad-
vancing state troops by guaslDJ
tactics in the jungle north of
Blrgani but this wooded belt
proved no barrier to stale troop*
the Correspondent said
With their commander not on
the spot and with no prospect of
Immediate reinforcements Con-
gress leaders were last night "in
flagging spirits" he added.
d this after War Minister
Emanuel Shinwell had given tht
House of Commons a review of the
situation in Korea.
Churchill urged Shinwell and
Foieign Secretary' Bevin constant-
ly to bear this in mind so far as
they could influence the actions
of their allies.
Shinwell replied that he thought
that was the sense of the statemen.
he had already made. In this he
said Britain would do all in her
power to limit the extent of QM
war in Korea and bring It to an
and.
Britain was keeping in close
touch with Commonwealth Com-
mand with regard to the situation
Shinwell said that reports of the
presence of Chinese troops
Korea In strength raised issues of
International importance and these
' re the Security Council.
the proper body for such questions
Britain's casualties in Korea so
far were 51 killed. 158 wounded
tad five mi*-ing. h0 -r.Kl fteplei
GREEK TROOPS SAIL
FOR KOREA
ATHENS, Nov. 16.
A l*ttalion of Gn-ek troop*
; iled from Piraeus lodsg Ul l"t
United Nations forxes In Korea
A complete brigade was ongi-
rally trained for th<
BUENOS AIRES. Nov. 16.
Argentine state merchant ves-
sel Rio Diamante entered Bueno.
Aires port under full steam to-day
with a cargo of 862 tons of news-
print with which It is hoped to
keep newspapers appearing for
another few days. Rio Diamante
was about to enter Montevideo
yesterday when she received
urgent radio orders to proceed
here without delay. The order
was given after the National
Economic Council met in a special
session to study the acute news-
print shortage which la threaten-
ing to close down many news-
papers in Argentina.
The shortage has been develop-
ing over a long period but atten-
tion was drawn to the present
s yesterday when La Prensa
Argentina's greatest newspaper
Minced it had managed
come out only by using special
paper which was to have been
ised for next Sunday's reto-
gravure section. La Prenas,
appeared again to-day after
eceivlng a permit from Govern-
ment to withdraw to tons from
the docks where a small consign-
ent of newsprint was being
n louden" Its eonsumptlon nor-
.ally averages 45 tons dally.
Other newspapers hit by the c-uda
include La Capital of Rasario,
oldest Spanish language news-
paper in Argentina. L.
yesterdayits 83rd anniversary-
had to reduce from 12 to six
pages and to-day failed to appea*.
Another outstanding provincial
daily Los Andes of Mendoia re-
duced from 12 to eight pages.
The Clarion a widely. read tab-
loid In Buenos Aires appeared
sv with 16 Instead of 24 page*
(Renter.)
High Standard Reached
In Photo Competition
ABOUT GO PHOTOGRAPHS wrre sent in for the
Advocate Photo Competition the judging of which took
place yesterday. Owing t.i liie excellence of the entries,
the judges had much difficulty in deciding the winners.
Quite numbei of Uie photo-
gtsUkTM sent in were quite good
] IM Uie standard of work very
high, but some photographers did
I not pay enough j. Mention lo the-
i plctura and light dusk
I 'naiks on ihe prints.
[ The subject matter certainly did
j not lend itself to beauty as most
of the historical places in the is-
lam: are on the drab side: hence
the Judging took place from the
oiiginahty of angle and quality of
Russell Urges
Use Of Atom
NEW YORK .Nov 16
The British philosopher Brrt
rand Russell said here last night
that the atomic bomb should be
uaeH "immediately" If Russia
started a war
"Unless we uss it we have very
little chance of winning", he add-
Russcll who was last week
'arded the Nobel prize for liter-
ature, said he saw the possibilits
war with the Soviet Union al-
though he hoped it
First price went lo a very orig-
inal angle shot of the irongati
leading into the Jewish Cemetery,
Ahnh was filled In with cement
.ind mortar only this week.
Second prize was another good
. angle ihot of St John's Church
"Id * void- and the third prize went to a
.,.,,. r,,,r ,,,, issrjXE.""' " ,,""*d
Kremlin mood, hj mild. "It dors r,om lhe polt o( vlew ,
not Mem to or thur intention nt historiciil exhibition. Ihew. pic-
present ____ ___ ,urM . wvlt wortn gomg to ^
5* ??!^J!5L!ff*! I""., when the, ao on 5how at the
Muaei
p.
large to be thoroughly subdued.
also urged that Western
wers should "sot down precise-
what acts of Russian aggres-
sion could not he tolerated "at
iy price". The West also must
Cantzoj' retirm aK 'thickly as possible and
(not leave Germany out." he said
Beater
Australian Railmen
Vote To End Strike
ADELAIDE, Nov 16
Railwaymcn in South Austral!
o-day voted overwhelmingly 19
nd their 32 oay old strike which ...
has involved 19 unions and ha* munlst activities in tho sUt>
disrupted Industry and food sup- "prejudicial to the malnteruinc
" *Realer \aw and order."-Realer
Madras Lifts Ban
On Communists
MADRAS. Nov. 16.
The MadriiH Government to-du,
hfted a year old ban on tin O n
munist Party and 35 Allied organ
i.sutlons following a High Court
jiulgmenl which held the ban to
be "void and ultra-vires" under
ihe constitution The ban was
imposed in September 1949, when
the Government comldcre-1 Com-
First I'rize was won by Kobcrt
W Hell of 3rd Ave Belleville
Second and Third prizes were
won by A. E Hughes of Sun Flow-
. e. Navy Gardens.
Prize winners are asked to call
u\ the ICdltorial Office of the
Advscate on November 30 be-
tween 10 and 12 o'clock in the
morning for their prizes.
Will Not Depart From
Fundamental Principles
CAIRO, Hot. 16
^INQ FAKOUK told the Egyptian Parliament
to day that his Government wu demanding
"total and immediate" evacuation of British troops
and the unity of Egypt and the Sudan under
Egyptian law.
Opening the new Parliamentary session in
Cairo's domed Parliament building, the King said
that his Wafdst Government now considered the
old Anglo Egyptian Treaty of 1936 no longer a
"suitable basis for relations/' and that it would
"persistently and unhesitatingly continue its
efforts to realise national aspirations "
King Karouk making his first public appearance for
months had driven from the royal palace in a heavily es-
corted crimson Rolls Royce car through crowded streets
ttntd by soldiers with fixed bayoneU.
Freight Insurance
Rates Tt China Cut
LONIH1N Nov 141
Insurance rales covering ship*
ping to most Chinese Ocean port*
south of Shanghai, were dropped
to-day from S to 2 per C I (in
Ixiiulon iimlei >v i ilei > .iniiinin. i-o
the reduction in premiums cover
ing war, strike, riot anil civil con*
motion risks. Exceptions are
Formosa which remains at ten
shilling* per 100 mid Hongkong
Kowloon and Macao, where risk U
,1 (he rate ..f lln i
100Renter.
$10,000 Hone Box
Cornea For T.T.C.
PORT-OF-SPA IN. Nov. 14
*>>" ""Mt.lp "ttmi
Star" arrived In Trinidad yester
day, it had on board a mobil<
hoise ho* which was ordorod b>
Ne.il i.tid M.ss> I.Ul.. of Port-of
Spain, for the Trinidad Turf Club
The cost Is around f 10,000. II con
tains side and rear walk-ups foi
- The Liberal constitutional
leader llusw'ln Meyknl Pasha who
was deprived of the ProtldMicy
of the Senate or Upper H
by royal decree last summer and
replaced by Zaki El Oraby
(Wafdst) did not attend, neither
did the i-i in. n..a oyiw*tM>
lender Ibrahim Abdul Hady Pasha.
former Prime Minister
The speech was read by Musta-
hw El Nahas Pasha. Prime
2 Bombs Damage
Of/ices In Rome
ROME. Nov. 10.
Two bombs exploded almost
simultant-uusly In the centre of
Home, early this afternoon, one
Hiking the otner of the Italian
Republican'Party and the other Master. In It the King said
huiuiging the office of the Italian
Socialist Unity Party
Police said they did not think
there had been any victims though
damage in both offices were ex-
tensive.
Fire engines were rushed to the
scenes of the explosions where
short lived Ares had sorted.
Several damaging but victim-
less explosions have occurred
mostly in the offices of Italian
Itight-wing Parties in Home in the
last few days.
Police have said that they be-
lieved the authors of tho exnto
Horn were members of the Italian
FuscUt Social Movenivn
i The Italian Socialist Unity Party
t one of whose ofrlres w rtsmagrci
I to-day. Is the youngest of llatV*
J three Socialist parties
According to police, the bombs
J were crude machines consisting of
:<.irdboard boxes filled with ex-
plosivesRenter.
lie I..
|K
ated by one person because of ib
coll spring devii-- 11 can also ac-
commodate four horses nt a time
with special compartments fo>
lour attendants. This is the first
of its kind to arrive in Trinidad
Mt'tminft Rebels
Attack French
SAIGON, Nov. 14.
Victminh rebels attacked a
Kit-iich convoy killing three
Kiemh soldiers and wounding
seven others on the Saigon 1-oc-
ninh road yesterday
A military spokesman said the
attackers were dispersed bj
French aircraft and artillery but
set fire to 10 civilian lorries and
damaged three military vehicles.
Civilian casualties were not yet
known Renter
U.S. Put More Controls
Qn Drug Export
Ths
U.S. Had No Intention
Of Carrying On War
WASHINGTON. Nov 16
President Truman said today
that the United Slates had "never
at any time entertained any in-
earn hostilities into
China"
The President read a statement
on the situation caused by Chin-
ese CommunistB intervention in
Korea to his we-eklv press confer-
ence after a luncheon meeting
With the Bouillon of State Dean
Acheson
WASHINGTON. Nov lo.
Commerce Department an-
nounced yesterday licensing eon-
tiols on the export of all sulfn
drugs and antibiotics such a*
pontelllin and trooaonaFotn to ail
countries except Canada Th
Control! effective from next Sun-
.......ra i- sarj '"' national
eciiril*" the Department snid.
Reutrr.
U.S. Plane Crashes
InFlamea: Crew Sale
France, Nov 16.
MONTPEMKit. Bouthorn
An American military piano
i.i'-in'il in flames over a moun-
tain near hero last night.
All 11 members of the crew
parachuted down safely. Ten
were found and one was still
Hissing this morning The air-
craft a B. 50 "atom bomb carrier"
was baaed near London and was
an a "routine training flight" an
American Emba*N .npokesmar
.aid -h.iiu-i
M\ < lovernment considers thai
the treaty has ceased to be <
suitable basis for Anglo-Egypt!an
relations. It has therefore become
inevitable to decide upon Its
cancellation and arrive at new
clauses bused on other principles
likely to meet with your approval
namely the total and Immediate
evacuation of Ilntish troops and
ihe uolty of Egvpt and the Sudan
under the Egyptian crown.
My Government proclaims that
it will never depart from those
fundamental principle*. It is pro-
foundly convinced that the British
recognition of these principles
would be tho surest guarante*-
I for the maintenance of peace
ughout the Middle East.
*N Treaty Radod
MM what may. my Oovorn-
t will persistently and unhes-
ngly continue Its efforts to
reallae national aspirations. It
will Dot fail to take alt measure*
lo fulfil its Alms especially that
of proclaiming an end to the 1036
Meaty because it is in contradic-
tion of the United Nations Cha--
t*
The King then denounced
"aggression" against "martyred
Palestine"' iuij .said that the
misery Rtid dismay suffered by
Arnh refugees will remain a
Slaekspot on humanity until the
on pace 1
TELL THE ADVOCATE
THE NKWN
Ring 'in Day or NlihL
WT THE ADVOCATE
PAYS FOR NEWS.
U.S. Lend Spain %62m
MADRID. Nov 16 '
The Marshull Plan administra-
tion's announcement of the opening
< f the $62,500,000 credit for Spain
through the E*port-lmporl Bank
made front page news In the
Spanish press to*day but there
was no editorial comment Finan-
cial circle* here expressed pleas
ure nt what they consfderel
Justice finally granted to Spain
They appeared to think R wax
a step towards the inclusion ol
Spain in the United Nations.
Rawer
U.N. Forces Drive B ack Red Defenders
ing that it was "to prevent any and patrols
TOKYO, Nov
United Nations forces to-day enemy movement furthe.
pressed relentlessly on Common- Worsening weather an
brt defenders who are trying to mng to hamper United
dig in for the winter efforts to force the I
General MacArth
South miles without serious trotihl
bOffn-
V-'l-.T
ue.
-. f?*i^l??n 5om*' Staff Officers believe,
used the word "offensive" for the ... w,.hoil, d-,.,-. 4n ,h
first lime In months He described ^ f?w week, boSTSSm woS
of an offensive saying that the -.uiem-,- M. Ih. .,..
United Nations were "certa*
'i>t losing the war," they were
"not even op the defensive", but
their "offensive advai,
slow becauae "we do not cane to
h our necks out anH leave our
job but lhl< J flanks expossd."
I.-........:: Checked
On th* East coast tinned H
tiuns forces annihilate a O
hed another 2 lillla to attack road convoys, and
disappearing before reinforce-
nif^its arrived
Oarsarnl KaoArwiur'i n-.,.i
qusjftari announced to-day thr.!
.j _-,uri most troops In the nnrlhemmcs*.
attempt u bad marine. MUf ^ ^ b-B f||lly cqul|).
Ied with "suitable winter cloth-
ing"
from Chongjin in the north-east
'own comer The scene of the fight wa
: disclosed
Thirty American Superforts had
on Wednesday "cut and raxed the
'nil and road junction" of Har--
nnounced t"-
A mixed force including Turk-
United Nations troops to-day ish, British and Philippine m-
enlargrd further their 10 mil-fs fantry tackled the Increasing
bridgehead North of CltiJiusehon KUerlfla foreea lehtnd the front ^"JJ; k
River in the West.
Staff Officers, predicted that
$ later rclu.cii to token"! British and Australian Iroopi guerilla activity would grow as Superfort crews re|>rted tht.t
uroe of one battalion on the ad-1 The spokesman refused to do- aft*r entering Pakrhon. seer- I wtatet dasfotoosid. Bupply rnutag the centra was "compleUly wiped
lot of the United Nations. Inno the present militiry objective the recent bitter fighting drove a wero now being menaced by small out" by 40.000 Incendiary bombs.
Router, of the United Nations beyond gay- further mile without opposltioi, groups swooping dowD from the
northwest. It
day
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PAGE T70
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
Cahib Ccdlwq
B.G. Contain
MR. ami MRS. GEOKGE
CAMACHO and their three
children rHunWi io %G. yeater-
div l B.W.I.A They were in
Barbados lot a I moat six months.
Mr Camacta who Is with B.C.
and Trtniriad Mutual Fire Insur-
ance Co., in Georgetown, waf on
Iont~ leave.
He also captained the B.G.
cricket team which visited Bar-
bados earlier this year In prepara-
tion for the W.I. tour U> England
Willi C.D.C.
MR. and MRS JAMES McCUL-
LOCH who have b -en holi-
daying in Barbados returned to
B.G. yesterday by B.W.I.A.
Mr McCulloeh la with CO C
in their Timber project which Is
Known as "B.O Timbers.
Arrived Yesterday
MR. RENE DUUEU arrived
from St. Lucia yesterday
afternoon by BW.1A
For Grenada Holiday
ISS DORIS HUTSON lett
yesterday afternoon by
'* W r.A. for Grenada to spend a
hort holiday at the Santa Maria
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1950
TURNED UP TURNEC DOWN
M"
M AND MRS. OROP/1E CAMACHO and family returned t* BO.
ya-t.nlr afternoon by 3.W.LA.
EXPECTED
thij nfk
owner of "Canpneld.
by
the
To Join Husband
For Cotton Conference
ARRIVING yesterday by
H W.I A. for the Annual
General Meeting of the W.I Sea
Island Cotton Association were
Mr. Frank Warneford and Mr.
Ronald Cad mart of Antigua. Mr.
Fred Henviile of Nevis, Capt
Jack: Wlglev of St Kitl5 and Mr
I'ichard Allnuit. Director of Ag-
riculture In the Leeward Islands.
The conference begins to-day.
' sr";^"," ivi"s col,n moore '-" <" M^WtaSar.t'KSrtFSS
s^5r j Sl.'..h"!r 2s? b.o rmx^tu ,,........,,
Merrill of Palm Beach. Florida
by
l>artcl who
A partner of Merrill. Lynch . J,l.ZJ,i'" "" i..'si>and wllo
CO.. Mr Merrill I* alao a Direr- "" Ha1***" ';0 month, i| ana
Waitinf?
lor of Palchonue-Plymoulh Mill.
with his office on Wiill Sli-ee'.
Now York
Staying With Relative,
lh the Educatio
aeorgeto
BZ
I A
| RRlVlNO
British Guiana was Mr
wterday
flu
To Be Married Shortly
a^h. Arthur iammini. pre.
^** i-rletor of the Seawell Can-
,V1 teen told me yesterday UiBt his
I'-aila. taho i* here for a lew mon Freeliind who liven In Holly,
weeks* holiday staving with rela- NtfW Yorl(. recently became m-
tive*. His sister, Mrs Jack Mar- saged to Miss Catherine Kobb also
on. and his mother who is also nt Holly. New York Tht-v plan, to
on holiday from BG were at the * married shortly,
airport to meet him
-w_ ., Here For Two Weeks
On Short Visit ,n
*n and Mr* I) L WILSON
LEADER David *"* and their daughter Jane ar-
nment Air- rived from B.G. yesterday altar-
port Manager, Seawell. left by noon by R.W.I A. to spend two
B.W.I.A. for Trinidad yeclcrdat -weeks' holiday in Barbados stay-
SQUADRON
Henderson. Goven
afternoon on a short visit.
Back To B.C.
VfR KDWAHD DE FREITAS.
ivi B.O. Solicitor. iio arriv-
ed here two weeks ago on holi-
day, rwlurnoa W> B.O. jrMrrd>t _
Mrs IV ]y|"* M
at Cacrubnnk
Mr. Wilton i with the Tractoi
..rift Motor Co ,
ion of Sprottton
service to Veneiue-
lefl on schedule yesterday
fuming hut tin- four passenger.
hooked to travel cancelled then
Ap pa ren tly Ve neme
Urns holidaying in Barbadoa art
waiting 1o hear more details
about their President's assassin-
ation before they venture bacV
into their homeland.
Left For St. Lucia
MR. JOHN PARKINSON
is In charge of Barnes &
Co's Construction Depa-tmen
left for St. Lueia on Tuesday b<
RW.I.A.
Social Welfare Adviser
lk*ISS DORA IBBERSON
SILVER AND GOLD MocaUt CIIAMFAQNK SATIS (IU
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White at the lint nifHI ol Mrs 'ioar ooid necklace bt, ec(rtM
Jons* ai the Savo\, ''ally utam.
Rupert's Autumn Primrose13
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arrived from Trinidad yea-
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Wednesday by the Molina from
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ror Barbados Holiday "< months' leave. During her
i-hort stay in Trinidad she was
HRWT1B WtLLKMH an.. " euaol ol ** Hubert ind l*rty
Hance at Government House.
Lady Saint was at Seawell
yesterday to meet her.
afternoon by BW.IA __.
-FraMa*. who came up with him, *T* h,'r >'bung; son arrived from
is rematnlnK on for a longer holl- BrJUjah Guiana yesterday by
ja, I' W.I.A. to spend about n months
holiday In Barbados She will b
First Vlait Ktayinf at their Barbados home,
'Rosamoml-Worthing,
MR HAMILTON WILSON Ad- \iH SIDNEY PRMCE arrived
JIu.T, vZ ui t 'Fn..i MrB WHIems" husband u. ., M from Trinidad yesterday by
-one ann^lSLlSi In New^ Yo?k l,l,wl0t ot W,Ucm" T,mber 0,,', !tW l A "nd ,B "l">'in at tb#l
Beldlng In New York Trad|nf Co )n bQ Marine Hotel. Mr. Preecc'J
From Trinidad
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Link With Nelson
JAMAICANS may be interested
to know that Major-Oeneral
Arthur Ross Neville, new Gov-
ernor of the Bahamas, has a very
dose link with their island. His
ki eat-great- grandfather. Horatio
. was one-time naval agent
to ftnd McDonald ^'"^'""^ He was a great friend
1 l.ailey. Trinidad's Olympic sprin- ' ,U>rrt NcUKm> - ^Uj son was
_-. ter. the best place to look would Nelson s godson. Major-Oeneral
OrlfBn Park, the home of Seville it himself well known In
A HR1VING from Trinidad
2ftl^sSSaa^s7t SeoMMd" Aoc'i.tVon "fwtbaTi ^"cWIdre^who^re^e'S SS5 C1-" He '- "* ,* Wea. tX^ u^t rf" "the
the end of March 1951. Mr. dc ?'.,, <*"l"* f"[ hl* v't "> . I"* Squad of the
ngarelll who Is a Civil Servant New Zealand next month where Royal Navy.
in Trinidad Is on long leave. He '"' "" take part In the Cet.ten- Wj rilieifslili flaatWafe.
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and Surveya Department and December 27 to January i. IB
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areas of the Gulf of Paria. showing them how to get off the short visit. He was accompanied
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBKR IT. \M
UAKH.UMtS ADVOCATE
' PAGE T11BF.E
Fttrouk Want*
U.K. Troops
To Quit Egypt
% from itajec '
refTugeea nr returned in tbai
homes and receive due < .*
sation for what they bnr
suffered''
He promised aa
modernisation of the Egyptian
armed forces, free medical lnsur-
M f*ir workers and further
jgra-ullurc expansion including
the building of four big reservoirs
and dams on the Hlvi-r Nile
Salah El Din Bay the Egyptian
Foreign Minister will eamo it,
London next week from New
York where he has been attend-
ing the General Assembly tamU
ing of the Lulled Nations
will lead the Egyptian deJegat
for the forthcoming financial talk*
which open on November 25. It
was authoritatively announced
here today.
A British Foreign Office spokes-
man denied that Ernest Bevin
had invited the Egyptian Fbralan
Minister to London for the special
purpose of discussing the future
of the 1930 Anglo-Egyptian
Treaty, but It was generally
believed In the light of lo-day's
speech from the throne that
critical talks on a treaty revision
between the two Foreign Minis-
ters were inevitable.
British officials bi London
continue to maintain that Egyut
Is not within its legal rights in
seeking to cancel the 1938 Anglo-
Egyptian Alliance. The Britlah
view remains that there can be
no unilateral cancellation of an
international undertaking.
-Reuter
MR. ATTLEE DINES WITH THE PRESS
Puerto Rico
BuildsRadios
SAN JUAN. PUERTO RICO.
Production of radios in Puerto
Rico by the Rico Television Com-
pany has reached the point whe.e
shipments of sets to the malnlanl
now substantially exceed the
value of purchases of stateskk'
radios. As the result of a confer-
ence with directors of the firm,
.lack Kellman. export chief of the
parent company of the insular
(Iran, has announced that ar-
mngemeuts are being made foi
the sole of radios In Puerto Ruo
Attracted here oy the island's
industrial advantages in 1948
Rico Television was the tirst
radio firm to establish production
on a large scale. It has been
operating with marked success
and now turns out more than
1.000 sets daily. The cabl
parts are brought from the main-
land and assembled in Puerto
Rico, which in 1949-50 shipped
out 31,335,511 worth or radios.
The sets to be sold in Puerto
Rico are small, of one wan
length. Direct delivery to Uio local
market, with savings In freight,
will enable Puerto Rico to buy
certain models al lower cost.
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THE PRIME MINISTER. Mr. C. R. AtUsa, dined with the Foreign
Pre** A*ocUltOB at the Dorchester recently. In his speech he attacked
the Bheffi>M Peace Coiif>rence. He said: "It Is an attempt to trick
decent, honest people."
Brazil Proposes Renewal Of Efforts
To Solve Indian Problems In S. Africa
I.AKE SUCCESS. Nov. 16.
The proposal by Brazil that
Soulh Africa, India and Pakistan
should make a renewed attempt
to meet at a round table confer-
ence to And a solution of the dis-
pute over the treatment of Indians
m South Africa was contained In
a draft resolution informally cir-
culated among members of the
special Political Committee meet-
ing when it resumed session this
morning.
It was the third day of the de-
bale on India's complaint against
Soulh Africa based on the grounds
that the Group Areas Act further
diM-nimnwled asjgfast Indians in
the Union of Soulh Africa.
Brazil further sugmstcd In its
proposal that should the three
countries fail to reach an agree-
ment they should appoint a media-
tor to help settle the dispute.
Uenito Coquet of Mexico resum-
ng the debate supported India's
laim that the matter was am for
Ih. United Nations to tackle on
e grounds that South Africa's
lions violated provisions of tho
charter
Copy 01 Act
Each delegate today had a copy
of the South African Group Areas
Act before him. This is the Act
which has been referred to several
times during the debate and is the
subie^i of condemnation by the
Indian. FUinnan, and Indonesian
resolution before the Committee.
The Committee voted yesterday
n| South African objec-
tions to the Chilean proposal that
delegations should be supplied
with a copy of the Act.
Public scats were only half-
filled at the start of today's de-
bate as the General Assembly
meeting la plenary session at
Flushing aleedow.s provided a
counter attraction
A resolution as proposed bv
Brazil with Bolivia, Norway and
Sweden reed as follows "The
General Assembly recalling its
previous resolutions minting to the
treatment of people of Indian
origin In the Union of South
Africa.
Having considered a communi-
cation by the permanent represen-
tative .if India ti
General of the United Nations on
July 10. 1960.
1. Recommends that the Gov-
ernments of India, Pakistan and
the Union of South Africa proceed
with the holding of n round table
conference on the basis of their
agreement agenda
2. Recommends that in the
event of the failure of the Gov-
ernments concerned to reach an
agreement in the aforesaid man-
ner within a reasonable time thev
should designate by an agreement
between them an Individual to
assist the parties In carrying
through appropriate negotiations.
3. Calls upon tlui Governments
concerned to refrain from taking
.my steps which would prejudin'
the success of their negollatioi.'
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NEWS FROM BRITAIN
ll? II.it ill Tempi* KoltrrU
N ON Nov. 10 rasticaUy utmost cut off from
Communist* ashojhsj Communist backbonehe will
i to taigUnd Mat expuutui aiul wxpbuo- In tn^tattd.
u-fudeu vims fbr.es far as I een understand ibkcia.
. u v\ i i .. supga
liTdat cause* do so ncoaus* tlielr
The Mimtiy of CtViL
CceifrasB
Aviation has refused pernusalon
tor planes I -!v frotrt
Prague bearing delegates frose
Russia. China and Eastern Euro)*
to land. These sudden mestfursw
l
poeure of the organisers of lb'
Congress. They mark a sharp
change in policy The Commuti
isbt certainly thought that Uv
: i sin uouli
them i>> -*'n,t whomever
laid The^
find, iststesd. thoj tiOM "' Is*
Wortd Psssea Cotnmutec" will d>
I'-nglaiui la not excludtnti
M bWng
drawn between the known or ^asv
IVaic" ,am-
F'orees and their nuiddli'-l .'adeu
i.llower- Ttie main con gj
H securlth It |isine obvious, a
1 ks ago, that Uns Peace
Congress in siuji*ld prwHied s
i ouHrJanliy (or all
aitents nd directors of
>!. mtei n.iiionfll Coinmurust ap- -
paratus to meet together Itut m$*
apart from that consideration, the P.-T^,
natural temper or this country Is n
against stretening the doctrine uC
freo speech to the extent that a*>
ganisen and Instigators of Inter-
national trouble should bat il-
lowed freedom Of speech in this
country.
Popular optnion here is whole-
heartedly repelled by the steady
i and snu pea>
parations. The Lore] Mayors Show.
which i-. osjBed | Pageant.' did
not please the London crowd, as
it was devoted to < Ivtl Ivtcnee
A Thud World War is not regard-
ed as bsevHabU -eillwr by Use
Oovegwitat, by Mr. Churofifil, or
by the man on the lius Bui very
few fall for the QwrnTiunlal as-
sertion that peace ts only threat-
ened by the United States and
peace can only bo maintained by
lullowinit ttal nod Ot the Soviet
Union. I notice tho organisers of
1 the Peace Congress are aware
main interests are aelesruttc and
they nnd dii'' dty working
without a faith in the purpose of
their work The Communists pro-
vide thorn with a ready-made
explanation .of the advance of
material civilisation. Under any
other system of political belief
they a/* prey to doubtsCom
mutuaan preasmu certainties in
< v honge for allegiance
how stupid this appeal s
are augennc their pill
suggestion that the
should discuss how
halves of the world
unrig bjm
with the
Con gre*i
M two
live
But at Sheffield only
one half of the w o r l d in-
tends to discuss this appealing
: .,. ..m-
mitte.1 bv its propagandists.
The organisers of the Congrea,
claim proudly that all psj
cniinenl men. who are not Com-
munists, are supporting tho Con-
gress. That Is literally, true. Bu:
it is a small rre^tton of iiniisli
scientists or scholars who are
susceptible lo Communist prop*'
gaiuUi Next week we will have
an opportunity at Sheffield
studying the Mlojw traveller
the industrial North he will be
isolated under tlie gnty. snujke.
laden skies. Volubly and enthusi-
BABY LOVES
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Security Against t ommuaiat*
Since Professor Pontecorvo
slipped away from Harwell there
haai btvn much talk, and ome
action, on improving security
measures. Tho main trouble i*
that then are seven different
organisations at work at Intclli-
|enc and raseurlty. Six of thes*
-tho Ihrce services Intelligence
department* "M.I.5 '. The "Yard
Special Branch." and the Miitis-
l.v of Supply S.vurltj oii.i'.
in BriUm. The Foreign Oftlcc
wcivt Set vice CfiBngaSJ BUunt)
mtalde Uriudn Each of these
rganlsatlons has iU own n.nlv-
and methods, and none wilt
way to the others! So M
.ttlee has too much aecuiity.
Each of these deportments has
slipped up badly, at least once.
the last ten years. Checks are
Hie by on.- li iMrussee* and
are
jav pafcers Naturally, san-t
:h# sjuggestions for saayroveit
icurtty sr\ made after Use boras-
has bolted A Itrttash Ami asBO-
. top secrets In
ijgBnbul during the e/w, awl
I Uiem to Von Papeu ot the
QaWaassn Kiua>* tu iiiigsasallaiii
e made that Antbasssdor
tbould not carry keys in thei
pockets where valets have i
chance to "borrow" them. Whci
Pontecorvo reached Russia there
were demand* that foreign-born
scientists working on secret sub-
jects should not be allowed out
of the country.
Socbjllat Attitude To
Communist*
The main i ml of doulM.
wood. Is whether the Labour
Government u> willina; to taae
>ng measurt^. agaiitat Cuni-
ilata. ConwqueuUy. the sus-
on goes, the Labour Govern-
ment carmot mistake strict secur-
ity because it even prefers a good
scientist who is a pueaibse Com-
munist to no scientist at all TM
elections in tho United States this
astJl will probably mean more
strenuous demands from across
the Atlantic for securit.v -trii'l.
on the American pattern The
last election eliminated the Com-
munist*, and all obvious t.-llov.-
travellers. from the House of
Commons. Mr Attire haa been
the most powerful propaganda'
against those who are deceived In
tho "peace Congress** Into be-
lieving that peace can be assured
by a resxluUao *
SesfflWki Town Hall But the
1 AjBMrtcsn' reeling of the
rank and Ms m the labour Par'y
is psssnrful and barely bidden by
pe*asar.cs!> It is not so apparent *
in France, nor so general. Nevei-

on which the "I'.-iue delegate*'
wm, thsrtr hiiKMl-iiudhng attacK
on American lm|>eriallsm can and
wul try to play. In '
Unions, vihi'li loim the. stiffening
of the British I-iUhii I
Communists have decreasuig in-
fluence. The leading Comnuims-
figures have been llwhisled
from Union Excutiic* by demo-
cratic vole. The Commumst
newspaper Is losing readersbut
it still prints
The lutal impression Is thai
Commum.sin is i-n; taroa i
Briuurt, while emplojrment na-
, hi^K |gfvsj) The Labour
Party haa acute*t suapiciuns of
the -'war li |TM trttabsf"
thought. But thu ilo<'s not moan
many Lab
deceived by a Conmainst organ-
OS Irani" The poHaV -\
aspects of security on gauch ba-
ter taken care g4 than the eaArM-
ordlnarlly sc*Ua1iag 'mplex ..I
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PAGE FOLK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1?. ItSt
B^BSJ*Amr0mTF,
. P...!,.-
Friday. Nu\ ember
M.I. 3
. i Oilliilllilli: iltl |iiii'<
into its wuilii il> fntt
urn. and ils rttirirnt .is H
Irr.fO iislriiiiM-nl iff Hi-oil it? .
"PASSIXIi OUT"
THERE will be more than general inter-
est in the passing out parade of Police
recruits at the Training School at District
"A" this afternoon. In the past such an
event was of little interest to anyone out-
side the Force and even the Force itself
had lost some of its prestige. But times
have changed and the Barbados Police
within recent years has gained the respect
of every member of the community.
The Force now aims at being the best
not merely in the British West Indies, but
in the British Colonial Empire. Jt already
has a historic background, being the first of
its kind organised in these parts after the
abolition of slavery. Its members now look
forward to founding their own traditions.
In recent years there has been a new
outlook and the Barbados Police Force is
now regarded as the protector of life and
property and the guardian of the peace.
Without its activities society would be
unable to pursue its daily routine^
At today's parade the best recruit will
be presented with a baton by Sir George
Seel. Head of Colonial Development &
Welfare. This gives the parade a signifi-
cance outside its ordinary social status.
Federation is in the offing and with the
preliminary unification of services it is
likely that the Police will be among the
first to have a West Indian flavour; and the
interest of the one organisation which
Wads towards a West Indian outlook must
be of value to the Force.
The new departure of presenting a baton
to the best recruit might be domestic in
origin but has as its ultimate goal the
improvement of the Force. The youngster
who leaves the parade ground with "the
edge" on his colleagues is hardly likely to
lose that lead and will endeavour to main-
tain such a reputation in the ranks.
The opportunity fur training in England
which has just come the way of West
Indians and of which Barbados has already
made good use. will also lead to the gen-
eral improvement of the standard of
policing and the efficiency of the Force. Re-
cruits properly trained in this island will
have to compare with recruits from other
forces in the West Indies especially at a
time when efforts are being made to estab-
lish a Police Training School for the inlur
area.
And so the Passing Out Parade echoes
outside the confines of the Local Training
School.
I In I i iim's when lli' screen iailcd
Chapman Pincher Tests The legendary Skill 0/ Our Secret Service.
THE *v(uiil>- authorities who
crcinsd ProlMNT Pootecorvo
many timei during the last atrvan
years did not know he had Com-
muniil relatives in Italy News-
papermen were ahl 1 discover
ihe fact in two days.
Wlu-n Supply Minuter George
Strauss made this admission in
Parliament ho raised grave doubts
bout the efficiency of the whole
.i-up. An analysis of
the Security Service's record
.strengthens these doubts by re-
vealing a dangerous patchincss In
ihc secrecy screen
NN MAY FUCHf PONTHCOHVO
rated by the Germans as "expend
two famous spy casts provide able' Hitler's spy chiefs argued
vivid illustration of this patchi- that when these were rounded up
neM| the British authorities would feel
The llrst is the case of George satisfied.
Johnson Armstrong, who was exe- Then the more export members
convoy built up with much greater care,
would be free to do their work.
of Dr. But as a result of secret service
rientiHt work abroad, coupled with sound
sntence intelligence at home, the names
uted
Germany detail* of
sailings.
The second it the ca<
Klaus Fuchs, the Harwell
who got a 14-year tail __
for betr>iving atomic bomb inlor- and whereabouts of 35 key
K u *ia. bers of the main spy ring were
Arm-iliong, an Englishman known months before war began
Itv.ng In America, was caught They were all caught during the
because routine security measures first two days or the wi
..no carried through rigorously. 500 oth>
British Secret Service agents planned
iipluied spy Karl Mueller to sern
.^leading messages to the neui>
Meeting Place
^jiing it.' but war they sen
a ihe code cf a captured spy. I
eyuest foi a U boat to pick ui
1M1 for selling to of King No 2, which had been information too
11 ml to
iioed When the U boat *ur-
(. lul k by waiting warships.
But the codVbieakers failc-
i-ompletely to decipher one of 'hi
11 nplest UuUlen messages sent
'luring the last war.
This happened when a Jouroji-
isi in Londjii evaded the censor
-t- p by sending a code message ll
pro-Nazis who had America siting that the crui
keep Germany In- ikifast had been damaged b> .
g against Hitler's spies formed of our weaknesses went u boat in the Firth of Forth,
lithe United States were detailed mto internment with them. When the news was printed Pn
to keep constant watch on the Many of these minor *""" America Uw British security au
German consulates there were Britons who had attended unities examined all the caul
IfDSt of the time they leurned the Nazi rally at Nuremberg in tu track down the sender. Anuu.,
thing. But one day they saw 1-.38. The iwrncs of those who r.e cablea *ere th.se sevenbui
Armsirona vi-.il the German con- seemed too friendly with Noil tiuu- slgni.icance w.is missed:
iilUte m New York By trailing officials had been noted by Secret -WE ARE SENDING STOKV
hlm they quickly discovered he Service agents,
was a spy.
Now Dr. Fuchs. In 1947 I
visited ihe HiDSian embassy
London, where he handed over ..
batata el atom secrets and was Kelly,
paid 100 for his treachery But
there was no watching agent
there to spot him. Instead. Fuchs
was able tn carry on his spying
work inside Ihe Government's
Mink II Q. for at lessl two more ghadewtd
*CBri* ...... ihat h-
Just routine. ABOUT 8UBMAKINK "
was a routine check, too. 'PLEASE TELL HAKVAKll
which led in 193B to Ihe expulsion WANT MY SON ENTERED."
of Waller llelnhardt and to the "AS ORDERED. AM SETTIN
capture of his chief spy: Joseph FORTH.'
Unguarded ...
Men of Ml.5 heard that KeUy.
bricklayer working on a new
capons factory, was spending far
r. than he earned. They
him, and discovered
borrowing blueprints
It Is regarded as likely that he ;;j fa factory and showlng'tH
rnught ofWy when the Bus- t(t Rclnhardl. who paid him.
ii. i i Ims planted clues to Again the palchiness
work
purity sc
punish him for censing
m tin-in ra'bricklayer able to get hold
Yet the Canadian npy trial In of ,hB pians? The evidence at
940 had revealed that the Soviet Kelly's trial proved he had stolen
-i;o\l KNMI.M WAS NOT AT
TACKED."
"IE YOU I'ERSIHT MIMEBODY
REPUTATION MAY It
NAM.U.rli
"SMITH COVERS DUBLIN Ntil
BELFAST
-UNTRUE THAT ANY I'RIKON
I Its ESCAPED."
The journalist had also sent i
cable 10 New York reading: "It"i
" The
.mess ot our ^ ( (nal counta
is Uluslrated. Why ,M| wlordf( ^ ^ seven eaDl,
make up the message: SUB
MARINE ENTEItED FORTH
ATTACKED, DAMAGE11
BELFAST; ESCAPED.
The deciphering experts failed
completely on this hidden mes
sage. Even the word "Belfast
did not give them b clue ul th
time.
Perhjps It was fortunute for us
that mewl of the nun who came
to Britain to Spy carried obvious
evidence of their profession.
refugees often
nments and a
Ii.ih Ir.nn mi unguarded hut on
the factory site.
S.Tiuity ,-irriingcmcnts should.
i course, have advanced a great
leal since 1938. But have they?
Last year I could have stolen the
fiLinr- of >i most secret research
.'.mi Iron an unguarded Works
' 1'iiistry hul. Just as Kelly did.
I Saw, Too . .
I found the hut while walking Those who came
round the site of the Govern- had too many d
G. 1. II.
THERE w.is obvious pleasure on the
faces of His Excellency the Governor and
Mrs. Savage when they attended the Exhi-
bition of Work at the Headquarters of the
Girls' Industrial UniAS\ on Tuesday. It was
interesting to see "the Girls" at work and
to witness the energy expended in per-
fecting the article.
The Girls' Industrial Union continues to
hold a place of affection in the hearts of
responsible members of the community.
For many years and without much public
aid it carried out a function of preparing
young women and girls in this inland for
home-making. A portion of the burden has
now been removed by the establishment of
a Housecraft Centre financed by the Gov-
ernment.
The undaunted few, who kept the GJ.U.
alive during the lean years, continue to
give service and it was a pleasure to them
also to witness the result of their labour
of love. The general public supports the
Union mainly through its Annual Fete and
the other functions staged by its members.
There is still opportunity and scope for
further support to an excellent institution
whose usefulness cannot be overestimated.
Govern merit uses its .
as spy centres.
Until recently the Mtttil
Seuiitj organisation ben Ihe
reputation of being the most
efficient in the world. In thu
Otnan handbook an tin- Brrnan
Secret Service Helnrlch Hlmmlei-
wrote: "The British have brought
Intelligence work to a mastery
unique and unsurpassed."
Covered Up ?
HOW much of this reputation has
survived the war? How much of
Ihat reputation is due to the fact
that uiellU-ieiiey in sciiet work Is
easily covered up*?
Undoubtedly the British Securi-
r. Bfl vii.. has done much brilliant
work. The defensive screen
around our radar fecrch. was must
.!*< tn < The ease with which
the Special Branch and M.1.3
rounded up the hundreds of Ger-
man agents planted in Britain halt
before ihe war was reassuring.
In both cases it was painstaking .
routine precautions which paid
off.
The enemy agenU had beensejit UNAIJ.Y : The third report will examine how
ga^aS ring.. 'iffiVl " purity net can be taken up.
was made up of men and women
nit nls new jet research sta'ioi too-well-itemised tale.
neai Famborough, H a n r.
Thrctujta ihe window I euuld -e With Sausage
pilu of blueprints, gtvlnj, 'no One man used the Continental
i UfVeS ot buildings and showing lorin of the lettei "f". which has
l.ill engineering details. 1 II '.WO cross-strokes, when he signed
.vhola site was deserted. his otherwise perfectly forged
'Vhen I it-ported these lactt to documents BvffTs] gpft
Works Iffintfttxy buildings chief Sir earned big German snusages.
;>.irles Mole, he confirmed that These men failed because they
the pirns woe top-secrets.
A great part of the leputati
; British Intelligence men spring
fn.m then skill at decoding. In
World War I. they quickly broke
code used by the German
Navy. They
fglccted slmpl" precnutions.
When such slackness in routine
repealed by the British, what
In happens?
In my Judgment, we get three
curity shocksIn a rowNun
led the code of fitt May, Fuchs, ami Pontecorvo.
lack
Divorce M.P. Gives
Himself Away
IIS J.P.W. >l AI I AI II I M.V.
Some people think that M.P.S dual he centred attention on our makes him at limes enthusiastic,
i whi.t they can get." OUiers think of But. although when I became a And, moreover, I found him a
us as saints. Member myself I knew all thai, man with the honest-to-goodnrss
Both sets should lead "lade- 1 still found myself classifying bias which allows him lo see Ihc
pendent Member" ("Mcthuen, A.P.H. as a mere stunt merchant 1945 Parliament solely as some-
21s."), which Is A. P. Herbert's as the funster whom Noville thing which wrote slogans on
account of his 14 years' member- Chamberlain advised to "say It m lavatory walls.
ship of the House of Commons. Punch," A.P.I!, in fact, is no more
They will find, from It, that I was conllrmed in that view "independent' than I am. He is
MI* s have ordinary fallings and when. In the early days of the IMS governed by emotion, sensibility,
ordinary virtues, that the regulars Parliament, I saw A.P.H. dramati- and prejudice. Like you or me
in the smoking room are not tally throw a sheaf of his carefully His book is a personal record.
much different fiom the regulars prepared Bills on the floor of the As such it cannot be a complete
in the Doves or King's Arms. House as a protest at the Govern- picture of the House of Commons
Don't take too much notice of ment's purloining of "Private It Is not even a complete picture
the word "Independent" in the Members' Time." of a back-bencher's life in that
tide. An "Independent" MJ. is But. on reading "Independent Hoiise, since there is no hint in .t
one who docs not have to bother Member" I find that A.P.H. was > > back-benchers all-out con-
to attend the House except when as embarrassed by that gesture summg passion lor offlqe
washe wondered how on
Yet it la the most \ ivid account
r there is something which especial- a
ly interests him. earth, with dignity, he could re- >' nn MP-,6 llfe l ******
Hi can have fun without re- trieve his precious Bills. Sorry. A-r.H.
sponsihilitv But he can do good in other words, I found him And from It the House of Com-
,off his pwn bat. human Common with the mons rightly emerges as an old
rantty which makes his bomb lady who well
Funster bigger than anyone else's, with her grandmothi
llerl>ert did more than ordinary the Impetuosity which forces him who docs not
Itood. His Marriage Bill made sometimes into making a fool of grandchild
i:.,,,,,, j,,...,Me fni Dsanj md -" itu rntt na, esaottl
and women who seemed to have
I lost the chance of happiness
Mor
members what
uted to do, hut
xpect her own
do the same.
with the capacity for I think she found A PH. ..
hero-worship which makes htm naughty but delightful grandchild,
adore" Mr. Churchill, with the and was sorry to lose him
perhaps, than any Indlvl- instinct for right or wrong which
L.F.8.
OUR READERS SAY
Flootl Wali-ra
To The Fdiior, Tne Aduocalr
SIR,Please permit me to draw
to the attention of the pTOpOl
authorities .. condition which
affects the welfare of residents of
the Goodland district.
For years the resideiiLs of this
district have watched and waited
for a bridge to be built over the
junction where the flood waters
from the Bridge Gap area. Black
Road meet and cross the Goodlaixl
main Road. Unfortunately nothing
has been done. During heavy
rainfall the road at this point Is
covered by a flowing mass of
water which rises very often to n
height of not leas than three fev'
with a very strong current. On
such occasions, pedestrians nnd
traffic find it impossibl
to get through this mass of water
which Is about midway from
either entrance. This means that
residents of this district hiBl
within a stone's throw ,.f then
homes on reaching thlr 'fixed gulf
must turn back and US>
Road
-ee motorists I
tlirough this district at night
unaware of the depth of water.
I sing held up for a coiiMdcrabl.-
I 11 ing to dry out spark plugs
anil distributor after bciuy thor-
oughly washed out Apart from
the Inconvenience and annoyance
suffered by motorists and pedes-
trians alike, such a condition con-
stitutes a source of danger to th-
lives of children who attempt to
wade throiiuh this fast moving
stream of wnter Just rgcsnO] a
boy baWJy escaped being drowned
In an attempt to cross. Even
during the dry season motorists
have to be at pains to save springs
on reaching the sudden descent
made by the drain across the
road. Doubtless this condition
could be remedied for the con-
venience of the taxpayers of this
district.
GEORGi: W |
< ;'"iland.
sOchael.
mber 10, 1950. .
Publiri/y
To The I.'ditor. The Aduncate
Sul. Editorial

i Oth. under th)
'Publicity," we would like to
correct the statement made with
lefeieii.e tO It"1 paltry efforts on
part or the Publicity Commit
leg in uUnzint: :. U- I .idvanl:iK>-
UM advertising material at their
ttisposal in relation to the several
.iiivilties Barbados has to offer
rourist Resort.
As Agents for the French Liner.
"Colomble," we cannot allow thi*
to remain unchallenged We are
confident your readers Would
appreciate being Informed of
uf the facts Prior to the
.f |ha c^ilombie" from
Le Havre, we obtained from thu
Publicity Committee a quantity
of advertising matter, which was
ided to this vessel for dis-
tribution on board.
In addition to the foregoing,
when the "Colombie" arrived at
his port on October 25. a nunit-r
( pictorial maps of the Island as
H illustrated booklets and
; guide maps of Bridgetown
i pn ented to ua by 'he Pub-
wero
ted on board.

on to
: We would like to take this op-
portunity to extend to the Publi-
city Committee our appreciation
fi>r their invaluable bet] gfl irdo I
us, in making ihe i
Tbdl n success.
U B. COLLINS,
K. R. C. FOSTER.
Dl lectors
It. M JONES Co. Ltd .
Agent*, Compagme
General Traa
November 14.
STILL ALIVE
AI'CKLAND: Te^ySaW old S. C.
Mitchell leaves |hll mOB
Ins 102-vear -old inotlV
mouth. He has not seen her for
42 years. She thoujght he was
killed in the Ftr-t
ad her killed in ., botnk
Ing raid in the same wai
I
Ull aiiv.-
THE LORD
MAYORS
SHOW
n> i.nw i.\ ho ii
LONDON, November 9.
r.vci> jeai 00 Nuvember lh London has
ll Dig ua> lor children oi all ages, when
ine unlteiing majtic ol a laury-play com-
ouies with the pageantry oi marching
vruops, Uie glamour ol medieval ceremonial
and uic Wiowmanship, colour and Iresh paint
oi a modem exlubiuon.
i tm excuse lur it all is the installation ol
a new Lord Mayor ul London in his ancient
office.
Nothing like this serio-comic tradition
exists anywnere else in the world.
roi live hours on a weekday, widespread
iTeaVc uiversions in the centre ol London
.'irlually paralyze trailic m the world's big-
hc^i city. The skies are usually grey, and
toor* oiten than not it rains during at least
,,ii ol the specucle. But hundreds ol
.huuaands line tne streets. The nags fly, the
oands piny, the crowds cheer and the bells
peal, ies, it's a great day
Ask any Londoner about his happiest
childhood memories and he will recall the
day when, waving a little flag, he stood in
runt ot the crowd at a kerbside and peered
past .i policeman's legs at his lirst Lord
iayor*! show.
It all began just 735 years ago. In Liia
nang John of Lngland granted a Charter to
ihe City of London, in which he stipulated
diat the citizen chosen to be Mayor Xor the
coming year should be presented to the King
ius judges lor approval
Ihe crowd oi London citizens who accom-
panied their Mayor to the neighbouring City
of Westminster that year developed into a
ps^Mfit in which the citizens oi London
showed oft their nnest clothes, jewels and
goods. This "Lord Mayor's Show" designexi
10 show London's wealth and strength to the!
n.mg and to the citizens oi Westminster, be-
came more elaborate every year.
For almost 500 years the Lord Mayors oi
London rode to Westminster on horseback.
rhil tradition was abolished alter 1711, when
the great man was tlirown by his horse. His
iirngssinr in the following year was more
cautious, and insisted on riding in a coach.
All succeeding Lord Mayors adopted this
safer mode oi travelling.
In 1757 the coachmakers of London built a
gilded, elaborately decorated carriage with
large windows, allegorical oil-paintings, and
hundreds of wood-carvings. This monstrous
wagon, which weighs seven tons and has no
brakes, has been used ever since. It is still
in use.
A Guards band in scarlet uniforms and
black bearskins leads the long cavalcade. I
liehind it drive a long row of lorries with]
tableaux depicting scenes from history and
6resent-day activities. Every year the Lord i
layui's show has a diflerent theme. Last
year it was "Transport Through the Ages."
rhis year, less happily, it is "Civil Defence"!
showing air raid rescues, lire-lighting and
drst-aid work Next year it may be a humor- j
ous theme again. The band of the Royal,
Marines, in white tropical helmets, heralds
the military part of the procession. The
Royal Navy, the Royal Marines, the Royal
Air Force and several famous army regi-
ments use this occasion to celebrate their
jealously guarded privilege oi "marching
thfough the streets of the City of London
with bayonets fixed, flags flying and drums
playing.' An old-time touch is provided by
horse-drawn guns manned by soldiers of the
Royal Horse Artillery in ceremonial full-
dress uniforms.
Then comes a long line of elegant horse-
drawn carriages, escorted by footmen,
lackeys and door-openers in powdered wigs,
white-plumed hats and green and gold 18th
century liveries. They carry the Alderman
and Sheriffs of the City of London and the
heads of London's Guilds in their traditional
robes of office. The last of these coaches,
drawn by four horses and preceded by a
band, contains a somewhat melancholy
figure the retiring Lord Mayor, who re-
members his own day of glory a year ago
and probably reflects on how quickly a year
of office passes.
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unchanged for centuries. It is led by the
mounted band of the Royal Household
Cavalry, attired in cloth of gold. There fol-
low the pike-carrying Yeoman Warders of
the Tower of London the world-famous
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round white ruffle-collars and scarlet,
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Has not changed since the days of the early
Tudor kings.
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The City Marshal, riding alone in a scarlet
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GODDARD'S


FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17. USfl
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Conditions In
England Improved
Bryden
Till! SIIORTAC.K <>f an adequate volume of freight
bipi plying between the West Indies and [East-
ern Canada is being aggravated by the fact that a few West
Indian Colonies have been routing some of their flour im-
ports via Western Canada, said Mr. A. S. Bryden, in
interview with the Advocate yesterday.
Mr. Bryden has Just returned
Competent 21-Yr.-Old Guilty
I Urge
from a visit to England, and he
came home via Canada. He told
the "Advaeavte" of observations he
had made in both countries. In-
cluding his good fortune la having
been in London in time to see the
West Indies Cricket team deliver
the goods In the Fourth Test
Malch
Mr. Bryden said that he had
found conditions in England much
improved over what they had
been in the immediate post war
period Conditions were in fact
generally much better than he had
anticipated. Judging from what ha
hud heard before he went to Eng-
land.
Supplies of goods of most kinds
were in the shops and appeared
to be fairly plentiful, but the
prices were very high. There were
still a few shortages In the food
line in tuch articles as sugar, but-
ter and bacon. Eggs, too, al-
though not rationed, were ex-
tremely si-nn-r They could be
obtained fairly readily in the
country districts, but In a big city
like London a fresh egg was rare-
ly seen m a hotel or restaurant.
English i omplain Of COX.
The Englisn people as a whole
4-Footed
Chicken
Dies
A CHICKEN was hatched at
the home of Percy Goddard
at Day cells Road *n Wednesday
which h-U four feet and a half
beak It lived for a few hours
/-put SIGNS of the recent ruins
Jl are still left in many districts
of St. Michael. At Kensington
New Road the gutters are prac-
tically rilled with water, and grass
has reached a great height. The
road itself is badly In need of
repairs.
A resident of the district told
the Advocate yesterday that she
cannot sleep at night because of
i e large number of mosquitoes.
Seme are also active during the
day.
Another resident, who cwns a
csr. said that when driving through I were complaining ver- bitterly
th* road he ran only dn about about the cost of living, air. Bry-
thrt-e miles an h"ur. Many cycll'ls ;den said. But It did not appear
are forced to walk because of the ithat there was much likelihood of
rough surface of the road. i sny fall in prices In the near fu-
The water in the gutter- is un- ure. In fiict. with the Govern-
derniining some of the foundation* ments decision lo carry out a aub-
nt the frout of the houses. [stanti.il amount of re-armament.
At the Halls Road and Dela-," was every possibility that
mere Land districts residents an 1 or'c" would lend to Increase.
also complaining of Ihc large i Man-V industries were unable to
number of mosquitoes and the.
quick growth of gra'-
LEAD US NOT INTO TEMP-
TATION But Deliver Us
From Evil." will be the subject of
Ibe Y.M C A.s "Week- of Prayei
and World Fellowship" meeting
which will be held at the "Y*
this evening at ft o'clock. Mr.
C. D. Williams will be the Chair-
man and the lector Mr C. R. C.
Springer. Rev. E. Griffin will be
the Speaker.
The subjett will be read from
St. Luke, Chapter 4. vs. 1 to 14.
Special prayvn will be said 'or
the whole Church. "Mihumt gad
Triumphunt "
FIVE-FOOT "BAHRVMOKE", ;i
black and white Holstein
bull, attracts the attention of
everyone that visits the JenatalatD
Agricultural Farm at St. Peter.
There are four other bulls bul
all eyes are always on "Barry-
more." whose wcighl is nearly one
ton.
"Fairfk'ld Hope", another bull,
is four feet, three and a half
indies tall. There are also four
milch cows, four heifers, goats
and 3hcep on the Farm.
NINE-YEAR-OLD Keith Jor-
dan of the Ivy was treated
at the General Hospital on
Wednesday for injuries and dis-
charged. He was involved in an
accident with a bicycle on Ivy-
Road on the same day.
pool n I
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No Separate Prices
For Special Cuts
Of Local Meat
BARBADOS is one of the few
places that has no special prices
for the best cuts of local beef.
Whether it be fillet loin, surloln,
rump or leg it is always sold at
36 cents per lb except in the
cases where the beef is imported
The local mutton, like the beef.
Is sold at a standard price401
cents a pound. The best cuts of
Imported beef are sold from 4fl t>
9fl cents per lb. and mutton from
40 to 48 cents per pound Best
cuta of lamb are sold Horn 54 to
flfl cents a pound. .
In the Public Market veal .
sold at 40 cents per pound ami
pork at 36 cents. Imported veal,
(legs and loin is sold at 54 ct-nlg
a pound and for stewing 45 cent*
Most of the local stew meat is sold
from 36 to 40 cents a pound.
Kidneys. liver, tongue an I
hearts that are imported are sold
at a price slightly above the lo. ;.l
one. Imported chickens and ducks
fetch 84 cents a pound.
A butcher told the Advocate
yesterday that in his opinion dif-
ferent cuts of local meat should
be sold at different prices The
same arrangements that are mad
for the imported meal should bl
provided for the local butchers SO
that they can at least make
reasonable profit U-hen they k
cattle. .
He said that there was no sched-
ule price on meat for dogs, but
anyone buying bone* may
them at 12 or 10 cents per
operate efficiently for lack of
powar, and the re-armament pro-
gramme would draw further man-
power away from civilian Ind
tries. That would have the effect
of further hampering them.
"I was fortunate to be in Lon-
don to see the Fourth Test match
at the Oval", Mr. Bryden said with
n smile of happy recollection, "and
I think that the West Indies team
certainly deserves the greatest
credit for the generally high
standard of their cricket There
Is no doubt that the results of this
tour astounded everyone in Eng-
land, and have done more to pub-
licise ihe West Indies than 50
jeers of propaganda and adver-
tising could possibly have done
Speaking of Ihe observations he
had made in Canada on his re-
turn trip, Mr. Bryden said he had
aniVtd there just at the time that
the Canadian Government had an-
nounced the British West Indies
Trad* Liberalisation Plan. Th?
nrr.inirement ,(id been very fa-
vourably received by Canadians
grnerally, and while the volume
of their exports to the Watt In-
dies would continue to bo very
much leas than the amount of
business they had been doing over
a long period of years, it would
yet have the effect of enabling
Canadian Exporters to keep mod-
erate quantities of their branded
goods on the West Indies Markets,
so that the work of many yeais
would not be entirely dissipated
Inadequate Freight
'*One matter which I observed
ts causing grave concern in Can-
ada", said Mr. Bryden, "Is the
fait tli.it all ihe Steamship Com-
panies plying between the West
Indies and Eastern Canada are
suffering very greatly from th
shortage of an adequate volume
of freight.
"I understand that some sub-
stantial deficits on their operations
are being Incurred, and they com-
plain bitterly at the fact that a
few West Indian Colonies have
been aggravating the situation bv
routing some of their flour Imports
via Western Canada. They point
out that Western Canada import;
little or nothing from the We
Indies, and that flour has alwir
been one of the rrtost importa
items of freight south bound
"It appears obvious." Mr Bry-
den commented, "that routing ou
flour via Western Canada.
although It may appear to sav--
the colonies a small amount in
price, will in the long run be ver
ostly to us. since no one w!.l
continue to operate steamships
_ loss. It is only a matter of time
before freight rates on all commo-
dities from Eastern Canada will
lx- increased, so as to cover th
deficit which is being incurred.
Assessor
Wanted
FOR CHRIST CHURCH
THE parish of Christ Church
U now without an assessor This
is due to the recent death of the
parish-s asassaor. Mr. J. L. Chel-
tenham
The Vestry >eatrday, on the
motion of Mr C. Drayton who wag
seconded by Mr S McKenxie, de-
cided to advertise for applicants
for the office of assessor. The new
assessor \ expected to take up
office from December 25.
In making the motion. Mr Dray-
ton said that Mr Cheltenham's
successor should be taken en pro-
bation for two years. If at the
end of that period he satisfied th*
Vestry, the appointment should
then be confirmed
The Vestry also discussed the
desirability of having a reliable
reaaseasment of all houses in the
parish Mr. Drayton made a mo-
tion to the effect and was second-
ed by Mr. V. Chase The motion
as lost as only three Vestrymen
>ted with Mr. Drayton.
Mr. Drayton said that an assess-
' valued a house and the amount
as allowed by the Vestry re-
gardless of whether he was rignt
wrong.
He felt that the Vestry should
have appointed a reliable valuer
so that they would know what
the value of a bouse was.
There was a new man to take
t*e lob of assessor and It would
have been very hard for him to
know the right assessment Ths
Vestry should therefore ap|
a reliable valuer who would
guide to the assessor
Mr. Chase said that he thought
that the majority of the grievances
the Vestry had heard were be-
cause there was no systematic or
fair revaluation of property in
Christ Church for many years.
Better Taxation
He said that houses could be
found which were more greatly
assessed than other houses of
greater value. The time had
come when the values of
houses In the parish should have
been brought together and a more
equitable distribution of taxes
effected in the parish
Mr. MrKerule said that in order
to get a competent valuer in the
parish. It was going to
of money Before the Veatry
attempted to agree with the mo-
tion, the cost of employing a val-
uer should first have been found
out He was, however, in favour
with Ihe principle of the motion
Mr. Drayton then said that If
any money was brought about
through the employing of a val-
uer, the amount could be estim-
ated for in the estimates of th.'
next yaar
Mr Bourne said that the rem-
edy was to appoint a good asaess-
It would be much cheaper
than employing an assessor am1
also valuer.
Mr. Brandford said that In hi*
opinion the Vestry could have re-
frained from employing a valuer
He agreed with Mr. Bourne that
the problem could be solved by
employing a proper
Mr. Drayt *n finally pointed out
that t**e motion did not say any-
thing about the employment of
valuer, but of the desirability of
having a reliable reassessment of
all houses in tbe parish
The Veatry. on the motion of
Mrs. Talma, postponed the award-
a Veatry Exhibition at th.
Girls' Foundation School nnd
denlt with correspondence before
before closing the meeting.
Of Receiving
Stolen Goods
Sentenced Postponed
AFTER more than *n hour's deliberation at the Court
of Grand Sessions yegserday. a jury found 21-year-old Wil-
fred Small of Clapham. guilty of having received stolen
goods between September 12 and U this year. His Honour
the Chiei Justice. Sir All.m Cotlymore. before whom the
ease was heard, postponed sentence.
irller in the day when they
ssa him will) the goods in the
sec what was in ihe box Wher
the policemen were opening Ihe
box, Small ran away.
Both policemen had known
Small before that circumstance
id later when Sgt. Clarke went
to his home, he found a pair of
sneakers and a cap which the
policemen had seen Small wear-
Small had been charged on two Ins; i
counts, shop breaking and larceny had :
of the goods cheese, klim, and box.
needlesand of receiving th. So Witnesses For Defence
goods. He was represented bv Mi
D H. L Ward. Mr. W W Recce, j The defence cal'.-d no '.llnesses,
K.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted but the trend of Mr. Ward's argu-
fot th,- Crown mentg was that the policemen's
The Prosecution called four identification of Small was unsub-
witnesses to tell the Court how stanUal and that the ownership of
sometime between September 12 the goods were not clearlv estab-
and 13. Athelitune BradshawV lished.
shop in Collymore Rock was j Mr Ward questioned th* police-
broken and rntercd and certain men's allowing Small lo escape,
goods were stolen. Two police- He said that by such a blunder
men were going along Govern- they would necessarily have to
men! Hill on the I3lh and saw give an excuse and a substitute
Small with a card box carrying it [to the loss. To save themselves
ards Bridgetown They stop- I from an Invidious position, they
ped him and questioned him as t (bad to find a man.
the contents of the box and where The Prosecution's evidence as to
carrying it. They were J ownership was produced by Brad-
Mispicious of his replies and ;^ked I shaw who said he recognize)! his
handwriting on some of the ar-
ticles by murks he had put on to
show the price.
Mr Ward, however, argued that
sfben Bradshaw sold goods, he
never used to erase his marks and
t one were in possession of Mr.
itradshaw's goods, it could have
I'cen because of a previous sale.
On that point, Mr Keece showed
that Bradshaw's mnrks were on
uch parts of the goods, boxes
a filch contained needles (or in-
lance, which llradshaw never
i Id. Bradshaw would take out
'he needle*, wrap them up in
luipar, but kept the box.
Mr. Ward held that Bradshaw
vould not keep such boxes Inter-
minably and would eventually
throw them away.
After he had been found guilty
on the second count. Sat. Clarke
i- Id the court that Small kept bad
empauj.
Flaps Removed
The first to give evidence for
he Prosecution, Sgt. Clarke said
tii.it on September 13 about 6.15
a m he received a telephone mes-
sage and as a result went to
Atnelstone Biudshaw's shop in
Cuilymore Rock. Seven flaps were
removed from an air window on
ih< eastern side, leaving an open-
Ing of about II by 14 Inches. A
window beneath the opening was
opened.
About 11.40 am. the tame day.
he was on duty along Government
Hnl with P.C. 142 Denny and he
su. a crowd in Ihe road. When he
went towards it. Cpl. Byer and
Pi Pilgrim were of thr crowd
Th.-v handed him a box which
ennui tied | quantity of shop
poor
Auctioneer Gets
Nine Months*
Imprisonment
Ronald Downes, auctiom-vi of
Roebuck Street, was yesterday
sentenced to nine months' Im-
prisonment by His Honour th"
Chief Justice. Sir Allan Cully-
more. Downes was found guili.v
of fraudulent conversion of part
of Ihe proceeds of a piano. He
was found guilty earlier in the
Missions.
He asked for mercy yesterday,
hut the Chief Justice told him
that he was not a young man and
had been proved to be a trickster.
iidihiion to that he had tried
nake insinuations about a wit-
ness, suggesting thai she and ho
< familiar
lion of Budgetown He had
card box on his head m *,i*
wearing a black snail peak cap
and a red shirt. They met the
defendant just abov.
When the defendant had reach-
ed them. I'pl. Hyei slopped him
and again asked him what be hui
in the box He said Ha
raj i .ii i. Uuj for a Mi
Mditljo.1 .od that he had bought
Utein Iran a shop. Cpl. Hyer then
asked him to open the box and
when the box was on the ground
Small ran away and as he (Pil-
* holding a bicycle he
could not chase him.
CroM-ExaminasI
vumined by Mr Ward
Pilgrim said that another thing
inch prevented lum from chas-
ing the defendant was a bus which
passed quickly alter Small made
the dash.
Atiielsion Bradshaw of Colly-
more Hock, St. Michael, said he
had a Qrst awl shop at Cully more
Hock. On September 12 at about
H.2u p.m. he closed his shop and
left about .2i) pin. after talking
with a man. He Uien went over to
"is house which la a few feet from
Itis shop. The next day when he
reacheu hi* shop he saw that the
light* were burning and the an
window broken.
He then telephoned m. police
who came the same day and
brought a card box with articles
value al CJT. !">. 4d. which >iu
checked with them. All the arti-
cles were similar to those he bad
in his shop.
At this stage the exhibits were
shown to the Jury. The defendant
had been to his shop inany times
bringing messages liom enguieei-.
at the Pine. Sometime* he would
buy.
To Mr. Ward llradshaw said
that he made a rough list bul
knew that he had missed many
things from his shop. Some o| the
rtlosM ben his writtni
Hie prices of Ihe goods.
Summing up the ,.i... i><
Chief Justice said that ttw BaHl
whom the policemen had seen
on Government Hill was nut
under arrest The policemen
would have no reason to think
themselves so much lo be blamed
to fall bark on falsehood in a,
cuse of identity
ASSESSOR
HONOURED
Tilt; Chnsi Church Vestry
ye>teulu> observed a minute's
silence in respect lo the death
of Mr. J. L. Cheltenham. Use Late
assessor of the Parish of Christ
Church.
Brandford took th^
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HllKll CJ.UIlt.l.' -m *..s lift
ft uncl guilty cnrllrr In tin' si-.ss-
1in of >liop breaking with Intent
whs put on 18 mnnthv probation
The chief JuMti'i' told him that
he was young nnd In- Impel In-
would turn a new leaf.
SENTNCE POSTPONED
B* took the goods to Collymore
Hock and checked them with
Iradshaw who recognlred some of
opportunity to ask the members 'hem At S pin he arrested Small
of the Vestry to rise and how1 t his home in Clapham. He took
their heads in respect to Mr.; him to Ihe station and charged
Cheltenham's dearth, before the I him.
Vestry entered on their business.' While al his home he had -found
He said that Mr. Cheltenham pair of lubber sneakers, a blue
had served the parish as a sant- tap and two lead pencils of a
t.ii > inspector for a longer period | imll.tr make lo the ones which
than he had served as an assessor. | were found in the box.
He felt that Mr. Cheltenham had Cpl. Clayton Byer who Is at-
done his best in the Interest of i lached to District "A" Police Sta-
the parish. .mi vald that on September 13 he
He moved that a letter of con-i WM on duty on Government Mill
dolence be written to his rela- w|.h Pc S34 Pilgrim. He saw
DOG SHOW AT
EXHIBITION
BOOTHS for this year's Indus-
Is 1 Kxhlbition at Queen's Park
have started to go up Lumber
arrived during the week, and th>
Secretary of the Agricultura
Society iold the Advocate yester-
day that the leading lumber deal-
ers had co-operated in placing ill
the lumber they possibly could al
the disposal of the Society. Al-
ready the necessary accommoda-
tion for pigs ana1 cows is well un*
derw.iy
A feature at the ExhibiUon n<>t
seen since pre-war days will l."
a dog show. This time, however,
there will be no competition, jus'.
a display.
Tbe newly erected breakta"t
shed with Us green, red and whit**
colourings, will come into use for
the lirst time when the Exhibi-
tion comes off
lives.
Mr. McKenxie said that he
wanted U> associate himself with
Mr. Brandford's remarks. Ho said
that Mr. Cheltenham had worked
for the parish and had given sat-
isfaction during his term of
QflsM
He felt that the parish had lost
a good worker in the deulh of
Mr. Cheltenham.
Present at the meeting were:
Mr. H. StC. Ward; Hon. A. G
Glttens. M.L.C., Mr. S. McKen-
:ie; Mr. C 11 Mr. M. E. R
Bourne; Mr. C. Drayton; Mr
C. B Brandford; Mr. J.
Mrs. H. A. Talm.
Small carrying a large cardboard)
i>ox on his head.
II I hfendant wits wearing- ;>
ted .tfiirt and a durk blue or black
ieak cap. He stopped him and
asked him what he was carrying
Defendant said he had groceries
In the box which he got from
"hop and he asked him to show
lim what was in ihe box.
II huIs Over Box
"When such an adjustment is
made, the increase in cost to con-
sumers in the West Indies win
naturally be very much greater
than the small saving which ha;
been made on shipments of flour
from Western Canada."
Mr ltryden said that it appear-
ed that the question of fre"*',:
raies was already under consid-
eration, and that although th-'
new trade liberalisation plon
would undoubtedly increase Ihe
While fie (Byer) was untying)
the box the defendant ran away
He opened the box; Pilgrim and
"h* himself could not stop him. Sgt
* Clarke came up and he handed th
Mr. M
chair
Maude'
n ei^t* nei ho OV11 him- Small was with
St G. Ward took th-
the absence of Rev
for about ten minutes befor
lie ran away.
He had seen the defendant be-
fore and when he was asked what
hop he had received the good;
rom he never salt! exactly wiier
. IIVIII 111" Ill-=I "Jill Ii.Mai.-J . .-
Luna Qf lO-Year-Old Boy * op was. Cross-examined by
' I Mr. Ward, Bver said that he wa-
Taken Out
RED APPLES
GOUDA CHEESEPer lb.........
TAPIOCAPer lb ..............
SAGO Per lb. ................
RED CURRANT JELLYPer Tin
DANISH LIVER PASTEPer Tin
DANISH CHICKEN BROTHPer Tin
PRUNESPer lb ............
CITRONPer lb
HAISINSPer lb .
CURRANTSPer lb .................
mixed PtsTl! TVr lb...............
volume of goods moving south
the quantity would still be sub-
stantially less than what the avail-
able shlppinK f;n ilities weie hand-
ling in the past.
He had gathered, said Mr Bry-
den. that a large number of Can-
adians were planning to visit th"
West Indies this winter, and the
indications were that there should
be a good tn-jrist season.
Slop PyorrKca
In 24 Hours
Amoian
re* Prsrrsea-Tre-e* Ies.l
irruan Our Own !,, icpimdMi.'
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 14
Dr. W. J Branday, Chief Tuber-
culosis Officer, and Mr. Joseph
Pierre. Resident Surgeon of thi
San Fernando Hospital, took oul
the lung of a 10-year-old boy at
the Caura Sanltorium, Trinidad
The operation began at 10 am
and lasted until 3 o'clock. In al
tendance were live doctors He i
still alive ,and progress is In-.;
watched hy the medical person
nel In Trinidad with great anxieiv.
as this is the first operation of its
kind here.
hat the defendant was the
man whom Pilgrim and himself
had stopped on Government Hill
* ith the box.
He was then wearing red vest
hirt with bars running In a hor-
w.ontal direction. During the ten
minutes Small was with them
he could touch him.
Police Constable 334 Orville Pil-
grim attached to Central Police
Station said he knew the defend-
ant for about five years. On Sep-
tember 13 this year about IMS
a.m. he was on duty on Cover
r .ent Hill Road with Cpl H>es>
a'v Small walking In the dlrec-
rW.f.OH'Vfc
I-imirrd and H.iucrnl ART SU.K Irotn.............
$2.25 u 4.50 yi
HOWKKKO SATIN ........... $4.50 yS.
tolmirrd STRIPKI) SATIN ill $4.10 J'd.
amoves uvcf. t $2.66 t 2.77 yd
in Pink. Blur. GhMM, Black und Whllf
nannisir anglais
in Pink and Itltii-
IMHKUIDKKKI) OK(.ANIIIr; .., ., ,
in Pink, (ireen and Whilr II $.4U IS 3.A1) VI.
CR1NKI.K OBOBU1IIS
in Pink. Blur and MOSS l Kl I'l ..............
n Hist nit, Cerise. Tan. Sheba. Pink
Grey und Hmerald ...
$4.02 & 4.45 yd.
at $1.74 yd.
HARRISONS
at $3.00 yd.
DIAL 2664
DRINK
CLAYTONS
ENJOY - -
TO-DAY'S
SPECIAL
S/IVM//W SCOTT A Ca.. Lid.

KOLA TONIC
TODAY'S NEWS FLASH
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1'hotos-r.ipha and speclflrs-
Uona of all the Ut*t models
in one volume far 1/-
< mi n i I \| HAKE.
i I is 1'i.vii Me.
HERE AGAIN
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Mid HARDWARE
COCONUT
CREAMS
at KNIGHTS
SODA FOUNTAIN
taiwiii.....
I
(phsihj (phinU G (planiij
We have a large assortment 0/ the.
prettiest prints you could wish to see
in styles 0/ alt descriptions. Flowered
Striped and Plaid designs etc.
Prices Per yd. 55c. 66c. 74c 86c
dm
KIDDIE PATTERNS
with Nursery Figures
in several different patterns
Prices Per yd. 69c & 74c
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd
10, 11, 12, ft 13 Broad Street


VAGE SIX
HENRY
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. NOVIMBEB 17. 1S50
BV CARL ANDERSON
MlClsbl MOUSE
BY WALT WSNEY
'-TUAT O,----' TO JoT ~)IH VOU
thim oo\\ n ;---------r*-" c\>n
.-----------' ( HAPPSN.TO
^\ <~Q-. \r*KW A >-sabac*!
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
a
NOTHING UK6
A BSOCM fiTPAV.'
TO CLEAN
A PIPE
"ffl
UV-.v.COQ VAv
1 BOKO* UP6
TO POKE SOMe OuST
out at mv
VACUUM?

Somebody
has to be first!
You hve only to taste it to know why
" Black & White keeps growing in
popularity. Blended in the special
" Black & White way it it a Scotch
that is a joy to drink at all times
and for all occasions.
.:.-..-...--.
YOURS TO
ENJOY
HOSPITALITY
mm*
tiOOO FOOD
BLACK&WHITE
SCOTCH WHISKY
Ohe Scent is in iAe Bkiutinq
m
>HII I...Ci.Yl |
few* Wh.^7 D-.Mt
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
lYouTnouwriie
KiiiERS would TRY TO GET YOU AS
Will AS THE MESA KID
YOU SNCAK IN AN SPIU-WlMAT 1
THE COAL OIL. ILL JrM BEATS 1
SET ER ON FlRE'Elp#TRYIN' \
Vl 1 nOt-a I"'
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
aawiao qur
ASO BffikO *-
MV IMgT-C-'>-
DWV By mow-
RIP KIRBY
r
BY ALEX RAYMOND
/.'.S8* r *3tNeT*T JUST -.S kAVI
* CRAIV! WU! /A
: rtANO z
SO* LAN! MA/ /
CLLC...TV- S FAN
1 C-.
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1COS...TK NEXT STEP IS
QBCADCm X6...AVC
i." NBBO
MSLP!
NB AQB LOCK MS ^S SO"KNfi. '
*a\ ct vO'av -osa imti*.s
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-v c_iP6...i*o- c= -; <
T*& A B.LE...-E-S K
^ TO \VCB< <^-
.....
t ,
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
- me. PHAHIOU MLWFS fAST~AHD
UNLATCHES A &HIKO CAGEt
GOT II All FI6UCED OUT, HAVE tOU'!
.HEBESS0MF.THIN6Y0U
DIDN'T
H6UE
.ON'
'AND THE POWEHFUL WILD
BEASr IS LOOSE OHTHE DtCkf
Wl.-LM
wen
JAHiS (UCHANAM CO. 1/TC tAIOOW,
5
TT five you the perfeel 5
mr-l In Hi' perlerl etUO|, V
kprrUIlT prepared by ....
Chlncr Chefs UMail,
rourteou* srrvtce. One of
Hne>ri culslnea youTf avar
enjoyed Reasonably priced,
too. so that vou '*>' p*v l>
often
DROP IN TODAY OR
TONIGHT AT
THE GREEN
DRAGON
FOR BrTTER MsssslJ
and
L BUTTER SERVICE
For Reservation Dial 389 >
BLUNDELL'S
PREPARED
pun
WITH*
O00D
C**MUr fOH.NS.DE .
WourjiBiwfc
If IMlUlMlH .(
saaa * *
JAMES A. LYNCH
Only one soap gives your
skin this exciting Bouquet
pAMWIU Bouquet leaves an
^ enchantinn Iran'ance html you
that will haunt all hi ill MM.
exquitite bouquet come from a
ecret wedilinitolai nirepetiunWM.
Iiithe\\itht-hmere Bouquet Soap
ifiuly n you'll uhvav* be Oainty,
dctirablc. eiquinilcly feminine.
Thii natural Ma-froab food,
SevenSeaS pure Cod Uwr
Oil. it a wonderful tonic in
cimvateiornce. 11. rich natural
nm and vitamin* help to
restore enerfy, build up new
health.
.SevenSeaS pleaant taulrkg,
easy to lake and rcadtly
digetted.
An invalid's ."quick recovery
is | helped by SevenSeaS ;
STOKES BYSOE. LTD.,
IfVO Ror 401. Bridpe'ou-ti. Barbado,
/ Wliax ."->-- *.'< *-* "'
Alt, .^aWrt fe n*.. ,.-! fr
0^m3*"lL
o
MMMsasrmf/HAAff/wafK
itm/fc Mv"aL ^f wmrE (CHANCE TOSET^C
US C** K)f i'd^f -Af #4K
JTUAtmimeVgl A wmw> **B/.~_
iTTIN* 1HEIB An IHT KW *lfcv YE
tOC60TIEN ALL ABOUT ME "WE'LL
BE0YE6THE 1"^
BWLINb IN A
UIFPV- HEV.'
IW4ATGTHAT7
BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION LTD.
NOTICE
Aa the Hannfaelurera have daclded that repklra t.. one of
ur Kmlnw can no lo'jer be delayed, the faaviay fcaa In
uii-ryucTi-e had to put IliK i .rni r.itin* Set (900 K W.) 0t of
eommtwlon and. owbai lo the rednrtion of standby Plant now
available aa a rr.ult. nay find It naotwaary to abed lM al
toter*aia dnrin the neat raw months.
Our ronanaaon :. aaktd U rn-operate by exerclaiai the
utmost acosany In th^ aaa of Bit- trietty. nartlcmlarly dsarfear
the Peak period telwe, n CM and lit a-ax utU farther mUn.
A CHEERFUL mind
so often goes with a
healthy body. To main-
tain good health, uWt
forgtl eswrntial Inner
CUanitnesi. Andrew*
not only provides a
sparkling, refreshing
drink it helps to keep
you clean inside as well.
It functions by cleaning the mouth,
settling the stomach and toning up
the liver. Finally, Andrews gently
dears the bowels.
Take this "fazy" drink whenever
you need refrwthing. One teaspoonful
in a glass of water i* all you need
Andrews uversalt
THE* IDEAL FORM OF LAXATIVE*


tltlDAV. NOVEMBER 17. 1I5U
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE
CLASSIFIED ADS.
IN
TELETHONS
MEMOatlAM
Oh
imT of Eiiiabcth Eoesare.
leap on Noxrmbn Itth. IMS
W irai, Whan e ayall
Upon trial latent ehar*
WMr. ,xi the glortout eun iW ana
But ihiwt loi ntnMN
Mr SI Aubyn Madam lUAA Mn
Dona roater kMUnbi. Uh Viol* PtM
CS.Ai aUter>. Mr Orvi!)* Budgm
Mi Katlh Fo-W ifa/endeaaet. Mr UhM
Eoner -eon-in-lawi. ITIJC-In
yr. 1SAMEMA S4UlBea*. who depart
I'm life November ITth IMI.
Dee* Hi our hraita lie. a picture
afar* prrrUnii lhan allver or (aid
l of aur darling tnMMr
And i
Ever
Stella.
,-e the rt wllh God
..emueraal by Olge. AwSMBalS
n Ward. Dale* Milurei
grand-children and great
IOU SALE
AUTOMOTIVE
. A-l ]
. U.-rl. aadan 10.000 mUn
PeaBM 3lu* foi Appomtmant
II II SS-an
rawest ibi <*'
Apply Oil Jordan.
I..mk Hall. St. Michael
ELECTKICAL,
Bn-ah up tor Chrletmaa wllh a new
1.II.1IIH Ant it* Chooa* from our beautl-
ful aeaortmenl of bowl and hanging
lining. See them at our new mow-
roon. Plantation, naw build in| lawet
Brood S'.reet Em t age Electrical Co .
2nd floor. Plantatlona Bid Lowar
Broad Street. Dial Nil IT II 80an
BARRETT ELECTRIC ADDTNfi
M.\i Htsr ... m. At Ralph Heard'-
Show Room. Mtrdwood Alley
I-I..H* M< HI 11 1* 3"
I lit INK t-UOLBRATOK
r.al.1* At Ralph Beard'*
Hardwood Alley Choi* **B4
IBM * -i
WESTINUIIOl-Hi: '. oiblc Fridge in
Frfert working order al Ralph Board -
how Room lli.rd.L-Hl Allev
h- ... 18.11 ~i
mtMTl-KK
FTRNITURE- New aluhogar,' Dining
Chair.. Tub Ch.ylr* mul Morrlo Chain,
iilao Mahogany Vanilla- and Draeaitg
Table*. A good aaaorlmenl ol Dining
T-t-MW and Household furrUliir* a
RALPH A BEARD'S -how room. Hard.
wood Allev Open dally from a a.m
l.i
LIVESTOCK
MUIXS -
Suitable lor
PM v ...
MISCELLANEOUS
K COFFEE A freah hlpmeiil _
**r> popular packaged Coffee tin.
arrived and la obtainable Iron
grocer. 11.11 MIn
HOUSES
AVBMORS Cot: Collymerr hot!
and BrMlena X Rd 1 beet, a*, aer-
y.int. mom. Garage Mod**" romrni.
enee. FtuR Tree*, plenty ol apace for
KlUhen Oarde*. Dial MM.
RRAMBLEY. Watarford Gap. St Ml-
I,on. N.-vtmliii 1. fully (m-
lah*d leatewnc* For partarulan. Phono
JOSt MUM- tin.
CARProf on
IT II
FRrxoa *.t Jam
low available I.
rant By month Vacant Now Da
Jin Fully rurnlahod and equippec
Eacellent aoo bathing. Private Beai-i
Cook. Butler available.
Tel tl-5* Appeuitnaant to .la*.
3 II SO-t ( i
FLATBmall comfortable unfurni*h*1
Flat al aUgakBMtt Maaiaa, St Michael
Vacant now. For furUior parllculan
pbona Z30. Wllklnaan A Hajme* Co .
Ltd Office 1 11V I I.
FI-AT
HaaMlnga. _
Dining Rooma,
KlUhenetla.
Court. Palm Beach
Drawing and
Verand-ha. Pantry.
All modern ron-
airy near the tea.
rnbei -JM Ap| .
M3I or m
Ullto- an.
FLAT Upatarra FUt. at -C'lift .
dmr Bay Btreet. Phono Mlaa A.m,
Qrlffllh Hot u n.9" B
.lied Flower Dow at road
loading to MaarwoHl Cooat near the M*,
It haa Veraixkah. Drawlrat and Dln.r-a
room.. 3 Bedrooma. Kltrricnatt*. nrr-
ranl'a room. Gatage. Fully furruahed
including Heingeiator App/v lo D'Art-y
A. aVotl. Magailna Lan,
19.11 SO4"
Tbr Ctleriafjf SrMol
*T PBTIB
Thar* will b* an entrance amlnail""
thl> rh.l on Monda* *lh lleromber
1 la.M a.m
Application* together w.th baiMiamal
CertuVaiaa ahould reach the Acting
Hiadrnarter b. pot not later man "
November
1 VN"TD) Navy Garden*. I Bad
tin Servant- room. Oarage. Mnden
.^nvetilenoaa. Kitchen Garten Flowa
Ftull Tree*, Lawn. Applv t
Yvonat Telephone MM
! II.M In
WANTEB
Tbr Barbades Aqualir Huh
Minn TO Ml Will K-
Notice ra heretry given that tn accord
nc* with Bui* ma Club will be
loerd to Member. on TIUIIMIA*
FF1DAV *th.
UatLT
HOUSI
< *<* age. pr*vlo
alary eapeetod to .
CLERK Reply
i experience and
No. M CO Advo-
MISCELLANEOUS
BOXXa AM hind* of Cart
Boiej .othar lhan corrugated
\tn>V Advoa
""1. St.....
WANTED TO BENT
Car-Reliable approximately 1U
or at lea.t one III month I
*..ilt I1T IT II S
LOST
FOUND
LOST
-i. liable raw
Knlghli Phoei
I'INKINt; SHFARS-g', Inch*. long-
Made from high grade Heel Note our
mw priceOnly 110 ill pet pair Ob-
Mlimblc (rom Harrlaon. Hardware De-
i Broad ntrert
I Hl.ir SALES
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
in tttj by order ol Mr. W. H
UaM e will *l| hi, Huw appoinl-
rwnu at Bavarly". Oarrtaon. which
Dining Table laeal 10i
Very nlo i
BKwboard Bonk .he I f.
Chair* and Horke
Upright Clutlr*
it. Laaj.*. DeK
with Cildllona.
I Table-. Flat Top D"k. Round
Tip-Top Dining Table, all Hi Mahogany
Plniio (Byilani EMcIrv Floor Lamp,
Cird T-bU>. E....111 Top Table. Largo
Uphola. Arm Chair. OUaa and China,
rialad and Sliver War*. Ea.tr* Ihahea.
Dinner and Fruit ervlraa. Nargo
Refrigerator 1 perfect 1', vrarii. Con-
go Mi m. Iron Safe. Portable Elect 11c
NVwIiig Machine. Ping-Pong Table.
Bedntoad. aprlng -nd bed. Oarata C*m-
p^clum Ulrd. Prew, Yanlt. Table
Triplet Mlrror.1 .11 In Mahogany.
aVtaaaa. ngl* Metal Redeic,,,! Sp.inga
and bed*. Good Dunloptllo B.1I: Pjinlc.l
Furnltur* In Single Iron Bedatead.
Priaaw. Dreaalng Table. Comblnattan
Pr*Bi and Draaaang Table. 3-Burner Oft
lavtnf, OrwM, Klichrn Tabaai. Larder.
Kitchen Utrntlli. Hoar and "il-.n (warp
Bole 11-30 o-cock. Term. Caah
BRANKER, TROTMAN A CO.
AacUogtrcni
'111 ID n.
By liutructlona received 1 will aali il
"Trelaw-ney". near Pavilion Court.
Harllngi on Wcdncaday n**t Bnd
NncinDrr. beginning al 'B-tO an enllr*
lot of houarhold furniture whloh ln-
cludai Manog. and painted deaka. Math
Tub Chain, plant etool*. R.i.h Cnal
Rocker., and Settee. Kidney table*.
Upholstered Mahog. Antiqu* Chair
caalera. Book h*lvaa. Carpet, III Ore
painted dining table with 4 Chair*.
fclahog. Serving Titile. Several painl
peaaawa, Mahog and pMnled dmal .
tabkar, Mtrror*. Simmon* Bedstead, wltn
-prtnga and Mattrewe.. Iron Cola with
MMtreaaea. Electric Stove. Pine lablca.
Liquor Can* Several painted laulee ann
Chair*, ill Cootaralor. OJaai Jan. Larder
Florence Slove and Oven. Lot of Cutarr
Claaa War*. Aluminum Saucepan*.
Plate* and Diana*, and paveral other
llama too auanraaa to ne*nMo.. Term.
Caah.
D'ARCV A. SCOTT.
Auctioneer.
HJaJS SB.
Counter at Knight. Soda
ackage of Bill- IPInki.
d altered for i*tum.
1 Pharmacy.
1*1110In
CONSOLATION TICKET
Road, Aanlc 11..
PERSONAL
..ye puoile are he-cby wtuned Mia
giving cr.-di' lo -ny wif* 1Li RA>.r I L*j
MclNTOHH myaelf reaponilble for her or an;---------
eltc contracting any debt or debt'
iv Li 1 n left
1*1
Ugned by me .
horn* without my conaent
Signed LAWRENCE MclNTflSK
Delghlnn Road.
St Michael
IT II toIn
Public Salew-Conl'd
'-TltF. GARDEN HOUST" lale realdeiic*
of Hton. B- Caalkmar. wllh I *''
perohea of land allviat* at Country Road
Bridgetown
The dwelling houae contain, apaeloue
Drawing and Dining Room*. Sinlnt
Kitchen
bathreot
Uovamment
ind I
Ulr-
and electric lly
thmughu.il. S aervanta rooma. garaga*.
rtabl*. etc. tn yard. Tannla Lawn and
beautiful gardi
Iiuayocllon at
at on applKallon (o
"*Thtt prwaart7"la"wlt'nin" mlnuUa waUt
from Bread BtraaL
Offer. In wriung to be aaaft to tn*
""*r-' TXU..OOD BOVCI.
M|gHan
jaja.ee Street
KaUaV
'BOCK IrUNTJO- wBssta al Cave Hill
E.nBrtlwM. with aa*alma*ely
Ami of Land Corrlatlng of 1* Arable
Acraa and it Acre* In Sour oraai a/al
"fl?." Arab*. Acraag* i-m BBaJ II
plant and Rataan Can** .. I
PrvparaOon
The Hou*e conUma thrae brtrooma.
toilet and bath, Bra wing and dining
room*, library, OfTlee, cloaad SaUeri
Td kitchen Servant, rooma. nar.i
end Other out building*, two concret
rain water tanlta with a capacity of
23.000 rallona. Electric light and
Company'. W.Mr Thra* mllea oul town, bua aarvlca. BuUabla for Dairy
r Davetopmanl tnapacllen Tueaday*
_>nd Thuredaye II noon to a.m
Owe** for .bora will b* racelvad in
colaa F. B. Beeaa. Bovall
Luaaa Bww... Bri*w*tpn
nTsa-l.ln
P1H1.M 1SOTMES
HARBOUR LOG SHIPPING NOTICES
NOTICE
la hereby given that rl M the n^i^
J ua> Vawy f th- paryah of hni JL" "*"- '
Marhael aa cm* la be introduced ..lo th T^i- t*-!l
th* Houae af Aaaaenbl. of t
. %. ^thonamgI Ihe .d V, ... to \\*Z V^JL^
aba- a loan not ncarting ElO.aoo to pro- Y_..
vide rMroapactita p., to, raaaal >
ee* anal taat aaeataMi had atafT of law
Veetny. the Cornmlaatoner* of Hriiin ...I
ill olher parochial eeagaoyoea of the aid
ariah auch
In Carlisle Bay
Lad
I th* 1
let annually trarraafter out
of the take, paiiah until paid
C B REDMAN
Clerk. BV Muh.ai Voairy
NOTICE
TBS FASaSB Of "T HTM
Appllcallor* I-
Veauy Ea'.ibit .
Schaol will be 1
ugned up to No
AajBaweSaa* I
,1 l>e gMaSvaM
> off.ee il. rkM ftMawBJ
, Thuredav. 1000 U. 100
10DO lo II00 Noon
y. far the Calcridg*
xcivau bv th* under
ember BRh. IM0
na a.el full particular.
Ihe Pararhlal Tie
YewM Oragaan. Brit. Kntarp. .at %
ABSIVAia
MV Jenkiiu Puabertu KB , .
Capl Watnn. from Naaaau
S.S Fbrt Amherai. I Sat tone not 1
Keen, from St Vine**.).
M V. Cartbbe*. loa ton* net.
Oumba. from SI Kilt
Schooner Sun.hlna R. U Ion.
Capt Barn*., flam Martinique
ss Planter, i.ei* tu net.
Natnden. from BarranQuilla
MPASTIBS*
S.S Fbrt Amhent | * ma* net
Kaon, 'or Martin ague
Seawell
ABBIVAUi B> n 1 y 1
Praaa TrlnMUd
Bertha Bbuth. Arthur Da Urn* June
I avaraii*. William L*v*ret. Mowarn
Ettla. Aura Eviti. naiph Carrh Saeael. Kuiliart Brtfhl.
1
ROYAL NETHERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
Sailing from Aatwarp Binrtarr and
upland a a HBLAwiA Patr. glg .
and Doyet
Salllatg to Trinidad La Oualra Cura-
cao ate ''DBaJ/T' Oth Ninema-r.
1 FABNSUM isut Novaaaaar. aa a.
oRANJaarTAD*' lat Novambac
SalBng ha TVIaaaad. Paramarlba,
IIOi
aalmf t. Uaalaam. Wllbaulh. AS1-
. -r and Amaterdem m WOXEM
TAD" iTth November
Th-
s;

M-.l.
BaaB*a*Bg
N.'
l?ih
Tha M.V
arrewt Cargo '! Pal ligajll I
SI Una *l Vinrent (1>e
I
The M V MoraHu will arc
Cargo and Paaaangaw.
Donueiara Anngi .
Canadian National Stcainsliiiis
..11 aaaaaaa a
Mil ISSOl NO
Alfci
De Lin
A'd
I.A.U
Baal
Louli Pteher
Far ABIIgaa
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tella Peet.ln. Enid Baaharda.
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MAIL NOTICE
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Chinese Reds /Vim Tn
Protect Manchuria I
From Russians
OFFICIAL
BARBADOS
TUCSON, ARIZONA. Nov. H
Admiral Chester Nimitz foni'
er United Slates CUsJ, "f tt
Naval Staft* declared in an in-
Mtrview here that Chinese Com-
munists had used the Korean
twar us an excuse to mov tro<."
into Manchuri.-i t.i protaCI .'
." 11 > s t i Russlu.
[Il Admiral BSHlllSlBTl l':
oern. indaWad to ih* >aid I Ihe Chinese had now between
._ _.-d io aetile ihei' 130O.OOO and 500.000 troops in
Miiiuliurui. and he was con-
vinced that troops wen- there-
to protect Manchuria from th
Russians and to secure China'ff
share of the Y-lu River hyrq-
it'.'iin power.
"Mao knows lhat it the loi of
the Chinese people i% to be im-
proved Manchuria's production
is indispensable. The Ru'siu1
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AulMant Court of Appeal al th* CntiH
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BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 14.
Argentina accepted a Bi lli*<
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The Water Polo tMm which
will represent Barbados stain**
Trtnidud in the first test mn^h
was selected yesterday aftemqpn
at a meeting of the Selection
Committee The team ir
Paul IMM> (Jpnl). Tim Yoor-
rlMI back). "Boo" Pat-
terson (titpt centre back). George
Maclean (left bark), licolTr
right wing). Kenneth Ino
laOtn forward). Delbrrt Ban
sler (lefi wing)
1gfWm BmQ Brooks. Albert
W.-,itheihead. Hilly Manning
Evelyn and Oernld
Jordan
The U.d,t-s tram Sfffl M
un rum nce<1 after the practtcv
BubMj1
The Ti iiii.Li.. teams are due V
arrive ita Thursday Novcntliei
23rd and the first test will be
played the night of their arrival
imilri Boodlltnt conditions. Ttie
icoml lest will be played
Friday night and the third test
Saturday afternoon. On Sumluv
morning the Tnmdint team
play Snappem. this year's
winners and there will als
ome aquatic event:, after which
ps and prim will be prt
Yoaierday afternoon at the
Bartiadoi AqtMrtk Club, Team 'A"
(which turned out to l>e (li>
island side (or the Mr*, teal)
defeated "the Rest" seven goal
MCC Meet Iverson
For First Time
Match With Victoria Drawn
(Our I -.ml..n Correspondent)
LONDON, November 10.
PKK-MATCH intercut was centred around the MCC's
first encounter with Jack Iverson who is regarded as
Australia's Ramadhin and No. 1 headache for Freddy
Brown and his men during the forthcoming Tests. Iverson
himself did nothing startling in this match although with
a bit of luck he might easily have taken another two or
three wickets but he showed that he will indeed be a
major problem for the Tourists when the Tests begin.
In a drawn game chief honours', above average puce when the
eni to Victoria. atria] was 61 and at 89 he tempted
Denis Compton. captaining the! Washbrook Into a big hit and then
MCC In the absence of F H.\ made a magnificent catch off his
own bowling.
Conipton's century, made out
of 28:, plus the setting or a close-
in leg-side field for the last three
overs of the day bowled by Bailey
and Warr. were the features of
the second day's cricket which was
commenced tftaW th* lum-h li -
teival.
I rligTll
of an
I drawn
On the third morning Engli-'i
| hope*, rose, as Trevor Bailey in
what must have been his best
I !.i,ill of bowling for over a year
I had five wickets fe- 21 rwH in ten
... i was struggling.
But for the rest it was all very
id From 2A5 p m onwards the
MCC bowlers could r*M lake an-
, i irk-e. ilthoiBgti < itii lag
was run
u'.
Fierce HittioK
It was a display of fierce hit-
ting by Howard, unbeaten at Ihi
IS, and Ring out for la
but missed behind !he wicke
hen one- that changed the en
ra Tnalch. They put on 12 > u
82 imnutcs for the seventh wkrtt
Bailey and Warr became t-ret
and the remaining bowlers Berr>
Mi.lli. sad Close, held no terror*
for the baUtmen and at the close
of play Victoria were only 23
runs behind.
A had been anticipate.!. VLfl-
<>r... after their icrcst recovery,
anatrhed a first innings lead of 25
run mi the final day and hefore
play was brought to a premature
close by rain just before the tea
interval, had caused a sorry
breakdown in the MCC balling
lnde.-d if it hadn't been for rain
there would have been about tw<
hours' play left and the MCC
would have been struggle
o.oid defeat against a Slate team
n. t regarded as the *tcongest ol
tEu ti'..
Once again dropped catches
had ieopard-se.1 the MCC's causd
and it appears obvious that un-
less England's close-in field
cui seize whatever chances are
goingi that the Australians will
score a lot of runs against an
alliirk that is not wholly up tc
Test standard.
This was the fifth match of th'
tour and was played at Mel-
bourne.
Brown who had an injured Huge;
did his duty as captain by win-
ning the toss and mainly through
his great innings of 107 the MCC
were able to put up a useful first
lining.* score.
A fine sustained spell of l-iwl-
ing by Trevor Bailey, who ap-
pears to be at least a yard faster
than he was against the West
b ii. i .nlier hi the year, gave
tin- MCC a great oppoitil
pressing home their advantage
hut fielding lapses occurred and
Virlona recovered to such an ex-
tent that they not only snatched
first Innings lead, but also had
time to dismiss four MCC bats-
men, including Hutton and Waah-
hronk. Iiefore stump* were drawn
on Mi.- Iih.il .i.i.
Rain
Ham mtei fered considerably on
the first day and only three hours'
play was possible. During that
Tennis Results
Ladiea' Siaglea
Mlas D C Klevan defeated
Miss P King 118. 82.
Mrs D K Wnrme defeated
The Weather
TO-DAY
sun Ki. US a
Sun BtSBM S 35 s> m
MotKi i Full > November 'i
1.Kilting: 8.88 p.m.
High Water: 11.K a.m.
11.18 pan.
YEMTERDAV
lUinfaJI iCodrlniten) .18
Ina
Total far SDonth U yesterday
2.13 Ina.
Temperature (Mai) 84.1 F
li-mi>.T...liirr .Mm. i 73.5
Wind Dire. li.:o (8 a SB.) E
NX IS p-m ) E
Wind Velaclty: 11 miles per
hour
Harameter (8 a.m > 28.868
(8 sun.) "i tsi
VI hat's On Today
HIS EXCaXLENCY the
(inventor will attend the
Meeting of the Weat Indian
Sea Island Caftan Asaoela-
tiaui (Ine t at Queen's P-h
at 8 15 am.
Court of flraad Seaafnn*.
ronllnue at 18 a.m
The Mobile Cinema give*
a show at St Martin's
Heboel pasture St Philip at
7 18 ii m
The Police Band plays for
a Charity Concert at St
Christopher Girl*' School at
I p m
Io two. For team "A", Bannister, time MCC lost the wickets of
lnce and MacLean each scored twa
l.oals and Tim Yearwood one
,*ohn Grace nc..... r.i 'Hie Kcst '
The teams were:
Team "A" P Foster T. Yegr-
wood, B Patterson MavLean. G. Foster. K lnce and
I Bannister
The Real. A Weatherheail
(Capt ) a. Jordan, B. Brook..
M Fi:,<',erald, C. Evelyn. J. Gruco
i.nd M Manning.
The Hefrree was Mr Arehio
CtalM
liulton and Wushbrook tn
piling 148 runs Iverson had one
lung spell in v.hiih he l>owled 14
overs for 39 run* and although hi
did not claim a wicket, he bent
and nearly bowled Compton on
two ocoaslons and once dragged
him three yards down the wicket
only to see the wicket-keeper
miss the fine Mumping chance
offered.
The two wickets were both
claimed by Ian Johnson, wfin
toured England with the last
Australian learn in 1848 He had
Button l.b.w. to one of his off-
breaks which came through at
87M> (H.
2nd
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BOVE1.1. A: bKBETC
per F 0, GOIJSON
Government Tax 8200.00 on en
series.
Menace Overcome
Compton's Innings, temporarily
!' any rale, overcame the Iverson
menace. Although he hutted what
for him Is the long lime of H't
hours, he was nevertheless master
of the situation, and ten fours
were ample testimony of the way
In which he waited for and pun-
ished the loose ball.
Iverson's three successes which
cost him 71 runs were obtained at
the expense of the later batsmen
Mclnlyre, Warr and Berry.
Close, Bailey and Warr all made
useful contributions to the MCC
total and Compton was able to
declare shortly before the close
of plav with a tntnl of 308 for 9
This left just enough time for
Bailey and WaXT to bowl three
overs, not without Incident.
Meulen>n and Howard
Warr opening In Meuleman had
nine fielders grouped round the
bat and bowle 1 two I unwri
which caused he I : tSmui In duck
hurriedly.
Bailey bowIM full out to
same field. Tin- crowd wiled
Miss P. Wilson 62, 64
Miss C. S. Les defeated Hml
E. Worm* 75, 81.
Men's Slag lea
Mr G A Manning defeated
Mr S P Edghill 82, 88
Mr P McG Patterson defeat-
ed Mr. D Atkinson 6 2. 63
Mr J n Trimingham defeat-
ed Mr. F U Barnes 62. 84.
Mr. P K. Roach vs Mr H
I. Toppin i unfinished i
TO-DAYS MATCIIIS
Mrn Singles
Mr E P Tavlor vs. Mr 1)
I Lawless
Mr. G DePreltas vs Mr. C.
B SUneit.
Mr. H A Cuke vs Mr T A
Gittens.
Mr. P MtG Patterson vs. Mr.
G H. Manning
Mr P K. Roach vs Mr H.
L. Toppin
Ladies' Singles
Mux R Hudson v Miss I
l^ncgan
Miss M King vs Mrs A A
Gitieii*
Match tegins at 4. IS p.m.
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